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Old 23rd October 2009, 06:20   #1  |  Link
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Hello there can someone tell me is it worthit to get a dvd player that can play RM & RMVB ? Or should I get a RMVB HDD Player ? I know RMVB picture quality is not as good as xvid, but that does not matter for me. I just wanna know which one plays rmvb & xvid efeciently.

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I know RMVB picture quality is not as good as xvid
That's not correct. RV40 has in-loop deblocking and uses 4x4 transform. It beats xvid in both quality and encoding speed.
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That's not correct. RV40 has in-loop deblocking and uses 4x4 transform. It beats xvid in both quality and encoding speed.
On the other hand, it's notorious for its extreme blurring (due to using only a 4x4 transform and a strong loop filter). Since it has no psy optimizations of note, it has the same visual problems (relative to Xvid) that x264 did 2+ years ago.
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On the other hand, it's notorious for its extreme blurring (due to using only a 4x4 transform and a strong loop filter). Since it has no psy optimizations of note, it has the same visual problems (relative to Xvid) that x264 did 2+ years ago.
Yes, you can set a higher value for CutOffQuant in "Inloop filter option". Setting it to 31 will completely turn off inloop filter.
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Hello there can someone tell me is it worthit to get a dvd player that can play RM & RMVB ?
Have you done any research/searching at all, to first determine whether any such standalone players exist?

If so, please post the names and model numbers here...
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http://www.iviewus.com/product_detai...107&parentId=1

Looks "interesting".
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