The website jav.h-era.org is operated by the h-era founder's team. The founder started up a new business and brought all members to his country to help him, so they become very busy and won't have time to update new videos until they are succeeded. That website will continue collecting videos and members will handle re-uploading requests, but it's basically frozen. New updates will be posted to this website.
The website jav.h-era.org is operated by the h-era founder team. The founder team insists on collecting videos selected by them and posting full information of each videos. Now the founder and his team members are busy in their real life, and we apply for this new website in order to apply our own rules. The biggest two differences are: 1. the content range is wider. 2. we do not handle re-uploading requests.
We will post more videos, but we don't hope it will make us busy in re-uploading old videos after we have uploaded huge amount of videos. Unlike the founder team, our team is not interested in saving old videos. Maybe we will accept paid options to accept re-uploading requests, but it will be very expensive and we will only accept cryptocurrencies and the minimum charge rule must be applied. The pricing system must discourage people from making huge requests, or we won't have enough time to update new videos.
Please download videos and save them carefully if you really like them. Otherwise, you may lose them forever. We share firsthand resources here, and everyone can save them and redistribute them. We don't help visitors save old videos.
We always put passwords on download pages. If you can find the place to get download links, you can see the corresponding password there.
Do not use 7-zip to extract our RAR archives because it becomes out-of-date nowadays.
If you are unable to get the latest WinRAR, please try Bandizip instead of 7-zip.
1. Check if your download is completed; open each file's download page again and check whether the filesize is consistent or not.
2. Upgrade your WinRAR or Bandizip to the lastest version; using WinRAR is strongly recommended because we compress files by it.
3. We always put 3% recovery record in each RAR file so that you have a chance to fix it yourself. Open the WinRAR main window and use "Tools → Repair archive" to do it. We strongly suggest you fix all parts in order to avoid the problem that WinRAR always says the last part is broken if some earlier parts are broken. The error message usually misleads users. In addition, please observe the filename prefix of your fixed parts. If the prefix is "rebuilt", it indicates that WinRAR cannot fix this part. If the prefix is "fixed", it indicates that WinRAR fixed this part successfully. If you still see the checksum error, it must be caused by some stupid mistakes. It usually happens when you only fixed some parts. The filename pattern of fixed files are different from the one of non-fixed files. You should rename the fixed parts and delete the corrupted ones in order to make the filename pattern consistent. Otherwise, WinRAR still extract the archive from the corrupted parts. Another possible mistake is that you are misled by the error message and you didn't fix all parts. Please try to fix all parts and extract the archive from the parts with the prefix "fixed".
4. If you are still unable to solve the problem, please let us know via the chat box. Please tell us which part on which filehost has this problem. Don't paste download links directly.
No, we don't share them.
You have to understand it's strictly forbidden all over the world, and we explicitly disallow our members to post any of them. All videos shared here are made by legit companies registered in developed and advanced countries. You might misunderstand some actresses are underage, but it's not a truth because most of them are from Asia. You should think it's racial discrimination first before calling Asian womem children.
In principle, H.264(AVC) is the best; VC-1, XviD, WMV2 are the second; DivX is the third; RV10 is the worst so we never upload it. However, encoding parameters are also important, and bitrate plays the most important role. You cannot expect a 500kbps AVC video can have better quality than a 1800kbps XviD one. If you don't think so, you have to buy a larger monitor and try to play those films in full screen mode. Bitrate means how many bits are used to present 1 second video, i.e., 29.97 or 30 frames for NTSC videos. Without enough bitrate, you will lose the detail and even some colors -- you have to understand nothing is free. A 120 minutes film with 3000kbps means the size of its video part is about 3000kbits/sec x (120 x 60)secs = 21600000 kbits = 2700000 bytes = 2636.71875 MB. It has wonderful quality but its filesize is a bit large.
Nowadays, many online shops sell films with VC-1 encoding. Due to some reasons, some people re-encode them to other formats, such as H.264 and XviD. Although we said H.264 is better than VC-1, it doesn't mean the re-encoded version can be better than the source. You have to know the source is always better than re-encoded one.