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Old 7th March 2006, 01:54   #1  |  Link
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Have u heard about BDVD? 10 hours of HQ Video???

Hi people! I've been searching through the net and I found some forums that discuss something they call (B)DVD (or something like that), which would be a format that allows u to put something like 10 hours of HQ Video in a simple 4,7 DVD-R... Someone knows what's that? Thanks
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Old 7th March 2006, 02:53   #2  |  Link
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@Jacoh

I'm from that forum and I've to say: yes, you can to put 10 h or whatever you want into DVD5, but HQ? Well, this is a matter of taste but I never did this (and I don't recommend nobody to do it). But if want to do it, even using a quantization matrix optimized for low bitrates encodings (BDVD matrix), you should to use low resolutions and others tweaks in order to get a result acceptable.

You should have in your mind that any technique have limitations, anyone doesn't make miracle!!

If you want to know more about it, go to proper place: www.vmesquita.com/forum

Regards,

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Old 7th March 2006, 03:37   #3  |  Link
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hi man! isn't this the bdvd discussion??

Discussão sobre o formato 100% standard (padrão) que permite colocar até 10 horas de vídeo em 1 DVD com alta qualidade (dependendo do material)

Discussion about the format... to put up to 10 hours of high quality video in 1 dvd, isn't that? exactly how this works? with 352x480? thanks a lot!

oh yeah... and what bdvd means?

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Go to the proper place my friend! www.bvcd.com.br
There you can speak portuguese or english if prefer.
100% standard include mpeg-1. Make this way but not recommended.
See you there!
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