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Quote 15th Mar 201116:43 #10 greymalkin View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message Member Join DateOct 2004 LocationUnited States as has been said before, 720p and 1080p are simply resolutions (1280 x 720) or 1920 x 1080) No matter wag the dog 1080p torrent low/high the bitrate, they can still be called "HD". Bitrate certainly does matter as far as quality is concerned. 404 Not Found.. Accessibility. Recode to lower bit rate is very lossy because the surplus detail has already been removed. Quote 15th Mar 201121:06 #13 greymalkin View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message Member fire with fire 1080p greek subs DateOct 2004 LocationUnited States well.looking back over the thread the fact that he's got a bunch of BD Rips and he doesn't know how to encode something to that size tells me "Fair Use" has nothing to do with it sports hd dv 1080p h.264 instructions 1040 we rename the topic to "How do I get my actual BluRay backups to look just like the pirated ones I downloaded?" Quote 15th Mar 201121:17 #14 deadrats View Profile View Forum Posts Banned Join DateNov 2005 LocationUnited States Originally Posted by greymalkin well.looking back over the thread the fact that he's got a bunch of BD Rips and he doesn't know how to encode something to that size tells me "Fair Use" has nothing to do with it can we rename the topic to "How do I get my actual BluRay backups to look just like the pirated ones I downloaded?" i was trying to be "nice", anytime i see someone ask how to "back up" a BD (or dvd for that matter) and it involves something other than burning an exact copy i automatically conclude that piracy rears it's head somewhere in the work flow pipeline.

 

I was just asking if there has to be a standard or minimum bitrate in order to achieve HD quality. Oh oh, something's wrong Not Found - Error 404 It looks like something is broken in our system. - News AMD's March Radeon Crimson ReLive Update Is Ready For . of course, considering my views on copyright laws and the fact that perhaps at certain times in my life i may have engaged in activities that in some countries may or may not be misconstrued as copyright violations, i am not so quick to denounce anyone else's activities, it just annoys jogos vorazes em chamas hd 1080p to no end when people seem to think they can take a commercially authored and pressed 35 mbps BD and re-encode it at the same resolution 4-5 mbps and make a near transparent copy of the original. I've never heard anyone try to argue that the open source h264 encoder is superior or that they are able to achieve the same quality at 1/8 the bitrate. - News Best Deals - Best Picks Bungie Talks Weekly Events In Latest 'Destiny' Livestre. .just because a movies dimensions are 1920x1080 or 1280x720 doesnt necessarily make it 1080p or 720p. Bitrate certainly does matter as far as quality is concerned. do yourself a favor, if you are intent on "fair use backing up" a BD rip and you wish to stick with 4-5 mbps, go down to 1280x720p, use 5 mbps, use one of the slower presets in 2 pass mode and crank up the various quality settings.

 

A 1 hr and 45 min movie ended up with a file mr mrs smith 1080p subtitles english of 0.99 GB and another movie hd malayalam old movie songs 1080p or 1080i the exact dilwale full movie hd 1080p free download 2015 1099 running length had a size of 2.33 GB Quote 19th Mar 201111:29 #25 deadrats View Profile View Forum Posts Banned Join DateNov 2005 LocationUnited States Originally Posted by smackyourfupa I've never heard anyone try to argue that the open source h264 encoder is superior or that they are able to achieve the same quality at 1/8 the bitrate. Twitter . Learn now > Ask the community Post questions and get answers from experts. Last edited by smackyourfupa; 15th Mar 2011 at 14:09. go look up posts by "lord mulder", he's a "software developer", where he claims that so long as you use x264 10 mb/s is more than enough for 1080p video or go read through "a diary of an x264 developer" where one of the two main x264 developers spends pages denouncing any test where his beloved software didn't win hands down and "explaining" why the tests were biased or flawed.

 

hell, in this forum there a guy that goes by "poisondeathray", a good guy (ta chovendo hamburger 1080p hd my God does he have the x264 blinders on super tight, ask him about the "virtues" of using x264 over any other h264 encoder, no matter what the cost. all of our servers are busy right now. Bitrate doesn't determine if the video is HD or not, big bang s06e19 720p projector is only a matter five star 1080p security camera resolution. but IMO it is VERY good. Quote 16th Mar 201107:25 #18 jagabo View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message Member Join DateDec 2005 Originally Posted by smackyourfupa I was just asking if there has to be a standard or minimum bitrate in order to achieve HD quality.