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Old 21st March 2004, 23:18   #1  |  Link
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New HD stuff from M$

Yak, some new HD stuff from M$...


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Old 22nd March 2004, 03:59   #2  |  Link
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I'm a Noob around here so can i ask a really dumb question?

Is WMV-9 derived from M$ work on an MPEG-4 codec, or did they totally abbandon that. They still use stuff like DCT, i,p,b frames, motion compensation etc. right?
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Old 22nd March 2004, 05:42   #3  |  Link
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I'm a Noob around here so can i ask a really dumb question?

Is WMV-9 derived from M$ work on an MPEG-4 codec, or did they totally abbandon that. They still use stuff like DCT, i,p,b frames, motion compensation etc. right?
There used to be 2 guys representing M$ on WMV9 around here, but they've just vanished. I believe they're the only ones who can give you a satisfactory answer to your queries. Well, somebody might be able to answer some of it though.
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Old 22nd March 2004, 11:58   #4  |  Link
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seems m$ is trying hard to push their hd stuff as they next dvd forum meeting will probably show if it will be used in hd-dvd or not
tough anyways i am sure that the hd files/pseudo dvds available till now are surely not compatible with the to come hd-dvd format, its all about marketing till now

btw if you want to check out some mpeg-4 (xvid) encoded hd files, have a look at this thread, seemoredigital made some nice samples, especially this one is great

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They still use stuff like DCT, i,p,b frames, motion compensation etc. right?
from what i remember yes
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The VFW version doesn't have B-frames, only I and P, i assume this is true for the normal version as well.
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