The Umbrella Academy S01 1080p NF WEB DDP5.1 H264-NTb

The Umbrella Academy (2019–)

Stars: Aidan Gallagher, Cameron Britton, Eden Cupid, Cameron Brodeur

Runtime: 60 minutes (taken from iMDB)
Genre: Action, Fantasy

Rating: * (may differ)
Votes: (may differ)

Release Date: 2019-02-15 (taken from IMDb)
Viewer Rating (TV/MPAA): (taken from IMDb)

Summary: A disbanded group of superheroes reunite after their adoptive father, who trained them to save the world, dies.

Links: iMDB

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9 Responses

  1. vlme says:

    What about 4k hdr version? It isn’t yet at Actually that version is exist at netflix?

  2. (D0t) says:

    Btw, this is WEBRip for anyone wondering. NTG released a WEB-DL but it’s not on as of now.

    • whiplashwind says:

      The size is very low!!

      • (D0t) says:

        No. The WEB-DL is smaller.

        • whiplashwind says:

          Sorry! I meant the WEB-DL has low bitrate!

          • AlvoErrado2 says:

            WEB-DL is better than WEBRip, because WEB-DL is the original file that has on the server, WEBRip is a file that passes through encode, so the fact of having bigger size does not make it better.

            • (D0t) says:

              Exactly what I was trying to say. I’d rather have the original file (WEB-DL) instead of a recorded version of it (WEB-Rip). Unless if it’s like a 2160p WEB-Rip then I might take it. But 99% of the time, I go for WEB-DL. It’s like watching Netflix because it’s the source file; it hasn’t been altered in any way. (Unless it’s been encoded in x265.)

            • No, no, no. says:

              Yeah…that isn’t how web-dl/webrip works at all. The native encode that platforms like Netflix make available for download–from which the web-dl version is derived–sometimes have a lower bitrate than the max bitrate of the actual streaming version (when coupled with a sufficient internet connection). That’s the entire reason and purpose for the (usually) higher size/bitrate of the webrip versions – the stream is played on a sufficient connection to achieve max available bitrate/PQ–which, again, is typically higher on the streaming version than the encode made available for official download–then captured by software with a corresponsingly high bitrate for a version that usually edges out the web-dl in the PQ dept. You will also sometimes see multiple webrip versions, a “so-so” one with size/bitrate closer to typical web-dl and a larger”god tier” one captured by someone with a proper connection and optimal encode. This is plainly evident in the case of Netflix for anyone with a half decent ISP plan; if watching on a platform that permits display of resolution/bitrate, one will see the bitrate of 1080p/4k material generally rockets past that of the DL version, if available.
              The web-dl encodes from the likes of NF and itunes basically cater to the lowest denominator in the interest of convenience.

              So if, for instance, you think the crappy native Netflix h264 web-dl of, say, Polar (5.9gb) is going to somehow look better than the Deflate x264 webrip weighing in at over twice the size (12.9), you are simply out of your mind. The extra bitrate/size isn’t there just for the hell of it…

  3. (D0t) says:

    Thanks for fulfilling my request!

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