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Dialhot 04-12-2005 05:33 PM

Does someone want to post an answer ?
(second post in the thread)

Note: finally, reading the last sentence of the post, I guess this is not necessary to feed the trolls

sorry m8 but 2-pass isn't enough, think 4- 5- or even 6-pass if you use low average bitrae
For sure, with standard templates he needs this amount of pass to have... the same quality as a 1-pass KDVD :rotf:

kwag 04-12-2005 07:39 PM

Good O'l vcdhelp site :)
Where the NOOBS join, and never learn beyond the basics :rotf:

Hey Phil, this post should have been posted on the regular forum :idea:
Feel free to move it :cool:


Boulder 04-13-2005 03:05 AM

Hehe, reminds me of the incident when I stirred up things a bit at Doom9. Sir Didymus was about to do a test whether the number of passes changes the quality in any way. I asked him to test OPV as well, which he agreed to do.

There were several members who just started bashing the idea that OPV offers quality at least equal to multiple VBR passes (of course, their opinions based on the CCE manual and basic mind games) -- till SD published the results and pointed out that he couldn't tell any difference between any of the samples :lol: It didn't take very long for jdobbs to start tweaking the OPV prediction code in DVD-Rebuilder so I guess I did something useful :wink:

kwag 04-13-2005 12:25 PM

And this one is very amusing :lol:
Some of those guys just never learn :lol:


incredible 04-14-2005 03:54 AM

Re: Does someone want to post an answer ?

Originally Posted by Dialhot
(second post in the thread)

Yep and look at the Name/Subtitle "Idiot's Nazi" .... these childish "apostels" from these "always-want-to-know-better-encoding-freaks" always see their chance only rumbling in threads using hipothetic and theoretical arguments *mega-lol*


kwag 04-14-2005 06:18 AM

Yep, I agree with you Andrej.
vcdhelp used to be a serious site, but now, it's full of jerks. :lol:


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