Q. Where did you guys meet?
Q. What happened on Stage6?
A. Some of our videos were deleted
Q. Why did Stage6 delete your videos?
A. No idea…they deleted 70 of our videos, don’t bother asking them
Q. Will you guys ever be uploading on Stage6 again?
A. Nope, we lost enough videos for no reason (Stage6 doesn’t exist anymore, but we didn’t plan on uploading over there when we wrote this.)
Q. Where can I watch the videos?
A. Check out our files section
Q. Do I need to register to download them?
Yes Not anymore. Just go to the filed section and download away.
Q. Does it cost anything to register?
A. No. But if you would like to donate to us to help cover hosting and episode acquisition costs, there is a Paypal donation button in the side bar.
Q. How do I watch videos online and how do I download?
A. Hit the download button in the file you have selected and you’ll have the choice between download or watch online.
Q. I can’t see the video!! Help me!!!
A1. Make sure you have the divx web player, there’s a link that shows up when you click on watch online that will redirect you to download the web player.
A2. The video player opens in a new window. If you have pop-ups disabled in your browser or with other software, you may need to add our site as a safe one to see the video window. We have absolutely no pop-up advertising, so it is safe to add us as a trusted site.
A3. If Windows Media Player is trying to open the video instead of letting you download the video, you have to change a setting in Windows Media Player. Go to Tools->Options->File Types. Remove the check mark next to “Windows Video File (avi)” and it should give you the option of downloading instead of automatically opening WMP.
A4. If Quicktime Player is opening instead of letting you download the video, you have to make a change to the Quicktime Plug-in preferences. In the Quicktime settings->Browser Plug-in, make sure there is no checkmark next to “Play Movies Automatically”
Q. What does it mean when it has an “OA” after the episode number?
A. We use it with episode numbers to indicate that the episode is in Japanese with no subtitles or dubbing. There is also a pretty good chance that these OA episodes came from Japan and will include the commercials that were part of the original broadcast. They are presented as Originally Aired.
Q. Do you guys plan on updating regularly?
A. Yes we do, but to make sure you get the latest releases, we suggest that you subscribe to our RSS Feedcontact us.