Fansub

A fansub (short for fan-subtitled) is a version of a foreign film or foreign television program which has been translated by fans (as opposed to an officially licensed translation done by professionals) and subtitled into a language other than that of the original. == Process == The practice of making fansubs is called fansubbing and is done by a ...
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Fansub

a fan-subtitled production, the term is usually used for those properties where these are the only translations of less popular anime titles
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fansub

An unofficial video tape release of an anime that has been subtitled into English by fans. While technically illegal because of copyright issues, fansubbing has been one of the major vehicles for getting translated shows into the hands of Western audiences. Hence, fansub projects are looked upon favorably by veteran anime viewers, provided the fans...
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fansub

Anime that has been subtitled by an amateur individual or group, usually because professional subtitling and/or dubbing hasn
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Fansub

Fansubs are anime that are translated and subtitled by fans. This is usually done for anime that have not been commercially licensed outside of Japan, and is a way for fans to view anime that they normally wouldn't get a chance to see. While fansubs are technically illegal, they are usually tolerated by companies as long as the titles have not been...
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fansub

refers to an anime episode or movie with subtitles made by fans themselves and not by official companies. They are distributed among the anime market mostly via the Internet. They are very popular among anime fans because many fansubs are made for episodes or movies of anime that hasn't yet been officially released and dubbed/subtitled by American ...
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Fansub

Short for fan-subtitled
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Fansub

Stands for fan-made subtitling for anime series. Fansubbing usually involves various different groups, each with their own style of subbing.
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Fansub

This is an anime subtitle track produced by fans and added to anime not yet translated into the fansub creators' (also called 'fansubbers') home language. The quality of fansubs can vary depending on the translating ability of the fansubber and also on whether they do a literal translation or their own script. Fansubs used to be distributed on VH...
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