Boku dake ga Inai Machi (TV) – Episode 06

GJM staff schedules are fucked up right now, stuff’s done when it’s done.

Here’s another episode. More soon, along with other shows.

Joint with eraser.

Boku dake ga Inai Machi (TV) – Episode 06: [Torrent] & [DDL]

If you encounter any playback issues with a GJM release, please make sure you are using a recently-updated version of CCCP or KCP.

Good Job! Media


  1. The stall is strong in this one!

    Just kidding though, several other groups have been stalling ongoing shows lately as well, so it’s fine I guess. I would have waited anyway because I don’t want a good show spoiled by subpar subbing, so thanks for doing quality work here.

  2. volume error with torrent or it is just me? o.o” & thanks for the release!

    • Nyaa’s up though. I’m not re-downloading the torrent to my PC to make a magnet link unless shit’s broke.

  3. VLC keeps on crashin at the 4’th minute. I’m going to recheck the torrent and do what i can.

      • What media-player do you recommend? I have always been satisfied with vlc so far. I did indeed notice it might be caused by a message on the cellphone getting translated.

        • “If you encounter any playback issues with a GJM release, please make sure you are using a recently-updated version of CCCP or KCP.”

          This is pasted into every single GJM torrent and website release post. Those are our recommendations.

          • This is the first anime that I am watching from GJM and I grabbed it from nyaa so I wasn’t aware of your recommendations, thanks for mentioning it. This is my brothers computer and it doesn’t have CCCP or KCP yet (my pc does of course). I’m going to install it and test it. Thank you for your time and fast replies, kudos to you! I will make a donation to you guys because I’m in a good mood and you pointed me in the right direction.

          • MPC-HC with KCP can handle it fine. I am still going to look into why vlc can’t and get in contact with vlc to see what can be achieved to fix it. (I see this as a learning opportunity)

          • It’ll be to do with whatever version of libass they’re currently using, I’d imagine. It might not be up to date with the development branch of libass.

    • I rechecked the torrent (got it from nyaa) but it didn’t solve the problem. Using the function to go to a specific time, I went to 4:02 and was able to watch the rest of the file without any problems. But I am a curious person and tech.-savy so I will still look into what caused the problem. I’m intrigued that no1 reported this, seems like it only happen with my file. I’m using vlc 2.0.5 on windows 7. The hunt for the reason continues 🙂

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