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Old 20th September 2008, 05:19   #1  |  Link
Crono141
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[autoMKV] Quality DVD ripping.

I know everybody has their own opinion as to what "best" encoding settings to use, but I'm fairly noobish as to what avs filters and techniques do what, and how to get the best quality DVD rip without sacrificing excessive disk space.

So I pose this question. I want to rip DVD's to wmv 5.1 surround, to getting the best quality possible without going overboard on disk space. Overboard, in my opinion, is pushing 2.5 gig for a 2 hour movie. Biggest thing I'm trying to avoid is blocky video chuncks in smokey and hazey scenes.

Also, and I think this is a product of how windows processes WMV, it seems most of my WMV encodes come out being washed out. Blacks look grey, etc. Any help on this front would be appreciated.

I don't mean this to be a thread all about how I want it either. I think it would be nice to have a dedicated thread about different methods of getting quality encodes.

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