Blog & Updates
Episode 13 - Sakura and the "I'm Back" Meiling
Episode 14 - Sakura, the Shrine and the Zoo
Episode 15 - Sakura's Nostalgic Viewing Party
29/03/2018 Episode 12 - Sakura and the Ice Ball Game Tournament
27/03/2018 Episode 11 - Sakura and the Upside-Down Penguin
14/03/2018 Episode 09 - Sakura's Thrilling Aquarium Visit
Episode 10 - Sakura and the Sleep Labyrinth
03/03/2018 Episode 08 - Sakura, the Clock, and a Hide-and-Seek Game
24/02/2018 Episode 07 - Sakura and a Game of Tag in the Garden
13/02/2018 Episode 06 - Sakura, the Rabbit and the Song of the Moon
05/02/2018 Episode 05 - Sakura Feels a Pull at the Flower Viewing
30/01/2018 Episode 04 - Sakura and the Lovely Transfer Student
24/01/2018 Episode 03 - Sakura's Heavy Rain Alert
18/01/2018 - New screencaptures: Episode 02 - Sakura and the Empty Room 1280x720px
10/01/2018 - episode 01 reaction gifs for social media etc
08/01/2018 - New screencaptures: CCSakura: Clear Card arc - Sakura and the Clear Cards. 1280x720px
03/01/2018 - New screencaptures: Cardcaptor Sakura: Clear Card arc -Prologue: Sakura and the Two Bears. 1280x720px
January 2018: CardCaptor Sakura Clear card arc is out now!
The Manga is out in many languages and there will be a prologue (OAD) then 22 episodes of the new anime.
The opening theme is CLEAR by Maaya Sakamoto
and the ending theme is Jewelry by Saori Hayami
(links are youtube short versions)
You can purchase the manga from Amazon
and the anime will be simulcast with english subtitles on CrunchyRoll
from the 7th of january 2018.
In France: you can get the manga from Amazon.fr
and the anime will be simulcast on Wakanim
with french subtitles from the 7th too. Episodes will be 1€ each (the prologue can be watched for free with ads), 5€ for a monthly pass, 10€ for the full season.
If it's simulcasting in france, there's a good chance that your local anime streaming website will have a similar offer!
You can find more information at these websites.
Cardcaptor Sakura Wiki
I've been redoing all the screencaptures in high resolution 960*720 pixels!
This website now not only has season II and III but I'm slowly working my way through season I: four episodes at a time.
Any higher resolution makes my computer freeze as the temporary output is huge: 6GB for a 400MB file.
To anyone wondering: I'm using the "batch method" where you find a version of VirtualDub
that can handle your type of video files, set the frame rate to decimate by 10 then export approximately 3000 jpg files -approx 1GB of data in total- per half hour of video. This takes 20 mins (faster on better computers! set to lower priority if you don't want your computer to freeze). You then choose the best images from the episode by browsing with largest thumbnails and Ctrl-Selecting them to another folder. This takes about half hour of careful concentration. You then add a watermark with XnConvert, rename with RenameMaster and upload. This takes another half hour as I only get 70-100kb upload speed but this is done in the background. [All software mentioned is freeware]
You can also assign a hotkey to the command "file.save.image" in Virtualdub and browse frame by frame with the arrow keys but that requires naming each new image as you save, it doesn't auto increment. Pretty tedious!
There's another option: Media Player Classic has an "auto save image" hot key (go to options to find out which key it is as this can change from build to build - F5 on mine) but jumping from frame to frame has to be set in View > Options > Tweaks; set Jump Distances: Middle to 500ms and use Ctrl + arrow keys to navigate. However moving backwards will not display the frames so you have to jump backwards a bit then run forwards slowly. Not very easy to use and time consuming.
Hi to anyone reading! I'm not doing much at the moment but when I do it's usually uploaded to Flickr: