In the zone
nothing beats rmvb..... REAL MEDIA VARIABLE BITRATE CODEC for smaller res movies.... but for higher res movies definitely go for xVID or WMV.....
netgautam said:dix is da best as it gets integrated with most of the media players.
Indyan said:I agree. vp7 rockz.
Only thing is that it is damn slow.
So u are sayin we can actually have good quality high resolution out of low resolution.(i doubt that)maverickrohan said:@runeet
There is a solution.....to have good quality @ high res u will have to use a powerful codec like VP70 @ at least 500-1000kbps in Virtual Dub.......in the video filters use, "presise bicubic A=1" in the resize filter.........if u wanna increase the resolution to a very high one, u will have to do the entire encoding 2 or three times.......
eg. 160x120 -> 384x288 -> 640x480. If u directly do, 160x120 to 640x480, it will give u really bad results......
What is FFmpeg 0.4.9?maverickrohan said:fishy screenshot.........
What is FFmpeg 0.4.9?
What did u use to rip?
Why is it showing the Bitrate as 2?
And Quality Factor as 0?
Post one more screenshot after clicking on MS A/V button on the bottom left..
Ur screenshot shows that there is something wrong with the codec installation on ur machine........it plays on VLC as VLC uses inbuilt codecs.......where as WMP uses codecs installed in ur System32 folder.........
just try n uninstall all codecs from ur machine.....then only install.......K-Lite Mega Codec Pack.......!!!
Then take the screenshot of G-Spot after clicking on the MS A/V button!!!