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[#178782] Written by: millahnna [03/03/12, 00:52]
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[#178803] Written by: Forzy [03/03/12, 04:12]
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thank u
[#178806] Written by: Idiots [03/03/12, 04:53]
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I have to say I am very pleased with the MP4 releases. My God... the quality is SO MUCH BETTER and the
file size so much smaller. Can it be just me? But I really think that this file has almost NO artifacts of any
kind, nor any pixellation on my laptop screen when played fullscreen (zoom player using ffdshow,
1366x768). This file is only 720x404 so the pixel size gets doubled on the one side, and one-and-a-halved
on the other. I would say that that does not equals to an ideal combo, but still... It almost looks like I am
watching a true full HD file. I am SO impressed with the quality that has been delivered to us lately. Just
thought I should point that out. Even it was just to compensate for all the complaining that has been going
on. Anyway... love you all. L8rs peeps!!
[#178818] Written by: tmbrwolf [03/03/12, 09:31]
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Used to love LOL but no more......... I think I am done at this site, MP4 does me no good, I have a DVD
player that will play AVI but not MP4. So I have found other sites to use.
[#178821] Written by: billytk (Banned) [03/03/12, 09:39]
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Quote by millahnna
http://thepiratebay.se/torrent/7073451/Grimm_S01E13_HDTV_XviD-2HD%5Bettv%5D


THANKS for the save

[#178823] Written by: yakumofuji [03/03/12, 09:50]
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Quote by Idiots
I have to say I am very pleased with the MP4 releases. My God... the quality is SO MUCH
BETTER and the file size so much smaller. Can it be just me?!


I'm with you on this one. H.264 compression is great!

[#178824] Written by: mx_phreek [03/03/12, 09:52]
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Quote by tmbrwolf
Used to love LOL but no more......... I think I am done at this site, MP4 does me no good, I have a DVD
player that will play AVI but not MP4. So I have found other sites to use.


Same here watch them through DVD player on TV, only ppl who like the mp4 files watch them on laptops or PC. And
maybe the odd streamer.
[#178825] Written by: billytk (Banned) [03/03/12, 09:52]
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Quote by yakumofuji
Quote by Idiots
I have to say I am very pleased with the MP4 releases. My God... the
quality is SO MUCH
BETTER and the file size so much smaller. Can it be just me?!


I'm with you on this one. H.264 compression is great!



LOL well this ISN'T H.264 and the problem isn't compression anyway it's compatibility AVI has it and
mp4 doesn't period.
[#178826] Written by: yakumofuji [03/03/12, 10:00]
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LOL well this ISN'T H.264 and the problem isn't compression anyway it's compatibility AVI
has it and mp4 doesn't period.


Those who like it don't have this problem then.

Play wells on my Android phone/tablet for daily commute. Smaller size, great sound/video.

[#178842] Written by: 0Albert0 [03/03/12, 14:39]
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Best episode of the entire series so far, still, the actor who plays the main character sucks balls at acting.
[#178850] Written by: Ramious [03/03/12, 18:44]
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Why can't there be two files? One for the mp4 lovers and AVI for the other group. It seems the AVI
format is not being posted anymore and it's a shame since I play the shows from a hard drive
connected to my t.v. and it does not recognize mp4.
[#178859] Written by: BoonesFerry (Moderator) [03/03/12, 20:46]
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Torrent comment pages are not the correct forum for discussing divx vs. x264 or mp4 vs mkv.
Please use the following link to discuss divx vs. mp4 and/or other technical issues:
http://eztv.it/forum/11054/please-use-this-thread-for-technical-questions-and-answers/p150
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[#178862] Written by: RodPowermaster [03/03/12, 21:02]
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Quote by 0Albert0
Best episode of the entire series so far, still, the actor who plays the main character sucks
balls at acting.


His hair drives me nuts. I can't help but wonder if that is a hairpiece.
[#178877] Written by: lalez [04/03/12, 00:16]
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I'm with you on this one. H.264 compression is great!


isn't this the x264 file?
[#178886] Written by: eburks [04/03/12, 03:31]
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x.264 is the open source implementation of the proprietary H.264 codec just like xvid is the
open source version of divx


There is no REAL problem with mp4 files and I can see why a format that saves disc space
and gives better quality (h.264/mp4) would be favored.

For myself I can deal with it but I will point out a few things

My philips stand-alone player of choice will not play mp4's
I have a player that will play mkv and mp4 but I have seen problems with quite a few releases
where there might be no sound or the player would just say unsupported format for the mkv

My philips stand-alone only supports divx/xvid avi and has a few GREAT features that I cannot
use when I can't get divx/xvid avi

1) It fast forwards REALLY fast, If I am interrupted watching a show or if there is a glitch on
the rewritable DVD I burned it on, I can FF at 32X and be back where I want to be in about a
minute or less

2) It allows me to zoom in if I want to watch a movie that is in a super widescreen format so I
can fill my 16:9 format screen if I wish

3) It allows better and easier picture quality settings (brightness contrast etc)

4) It has a lipsync feature that can correct when picure and sound are a little out of sync

My Samsung BD-C5500 Blu ray stand-alone has the slowest FF speed of ANY video unit I have
ever encountered. It could take me 8 minutes to FF where I want in television and more for
movies

The Samsung will play h264 in mp4 and mkv but for some reason it does not play some stuff
that it should.... stuff that plays fine on my computers. My computers are a pain to hook up
and have to use VGA (no hdmi) so I have to hookup both video and sound

It takes me about 30 minutes using mediaencoder to transcode something so I can watch it
via XVID/avi and or I can find it in the format I want elsewhere. It took me a bit of practice to
get good at it but I learned a lot that I can use later ;-)

If you decide to buy a blu-ray player beware that at least some of the Samsung models have a
lot to be desired (crap FF and no ability to zoom + odd problems with some formats and poor
subtitle support for MKV at least

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