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  • #16
    Originally posted by necros
    Most videos you see on the internet are 320x240. 800x600 would generate a HUGE file. The loss in quality is most likely due to the artefacting and compression to get a low file size, at such a huge resolution
    Interestingly I've been watching some videos which are 1280x720, but are only 220MBs for a 25 minutes. This is compared to 175MBs for 25 minutes of 640x480 which I was used to.

    This seems to be the result of the use of the h264 codec. And before you go on about it having loss quality in compression - I haven't noticed any such issues. Indeed, the quality is better than some DVDs I have.
    Immortius' Forge

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    • #17
      Originally posted by immortius
      This seems to be the result of the use of the h264 codec. And before you go on about it having loss quality in compression - I haven't noticed any such issues. Indeed, the quality is better than some DVDs I have.
      must be a PDG codec :p

      can't say iv'e seen any videos with it... care to linkage (of course unless illegitimate )
      Never, ever, argue with an idiot. They'll drag you down to their level and beat you with experience

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      • #18
        I'm going to make what I have done so far into a movie file - it says that it will be 36 Mb for the approx 4 min I have done so far.

        The display size says 720 x 576 pixels??? I recorded in 800 x 600. ????
        Night of the Werewolves II
        HarryPotterwars
        A Thief's Guide to Thievery for UT (video not complete yet)

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