>>12087282>Are you stupid? Those files are huge, because the shows are way longer than a normal anime episode.
You could compress the episodes easily to 300-400 MB without losing any quality if H.264 was used instead of XviD/DivX.>I can adjust contrast, brightness, screen ratio, and volume with just a fucking key
Why the fuck would you want to do any of these except for adjusting volume? Do you want to intentionally ruin the picture? Use your fucking display settings to configure contrast/brightness, and if by "screen ratio" you refer to aspect ratio, why on earth would you CHANGE aspect ratio from the original?>I don't want to use MKV because it's a shit format that's not compatible with most of the players out there.
Zero proper DirectShow player has no problem with MKV splitting, and most standalone player software like MPlayer (and VLC too) have no problems with basic Matroska splitting. Advanced Matroska features are currently only supported by Haali Media Splitter (and thus proper DirectShow players (protip: GOM isn't one)), but this isn't a big problem by any scale. GOM Player can split MKV files too, although with GOM Player you're forced to use the shitty/outdated splitters the program has built in (which is the reason you might face problems with MKV files, your player sucks). GOM Player also sucks because it doesn't support proper softsub rendering and it has fucking ads in the player window itself.
Also, you call MKV "a shit format". Care to elaborate? MKV has tons of benefits over other container formats. AVI is just an ancient relic from 1992 and needs to die.