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01-28-2003, 01:47 AM
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If anyone is interested, here's a link (translated from German to English through BabelFish) to a 3-page article describing how DVD2One works. The article also does some bitrate/image quality/macro block analysis. You lose a little in the translation, but it's still fairly readable.

http://babelfish.altavista.com/babel...p=de_en&tt=url

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good first post stempy,wellcome!
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01-28-2003, 03:17 AM
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You know, this program (DVD2ONE) is really a little jewel. I've backed up a couple of DVDs with wonderful results. But you know what? It's not fun at all . It kills the joy of compressing a complete DVD to ~800MB, and that IS FUN
So I think that what we have accomplished here with all the techniques ( filters, matrixes, GOPs, etc ) still beats the crap out of DVD2ONE
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But, if anything, it was and is (or could be) a good "reference" tool for aiming
at better encodes (improving techniques) .. you could always just pop in
an quicky encode (dvd2one) and compare yours w/ it, etc. to see where
or how far you've come. The way I see it, is this.. if you approach the same
level of qualit OR BETTER, then you're on your way (more fun) that it

But you are right.. that its more fun and exciting to go it the long way,
finding new things out and learning along the way.. could only lead to a
finer (soon to be) Encoder.. hint, hint.. and you right, it's much more fun
doing it all the longer/harder way.. much more fun.

Well, nighty night all.. singing off.. ..
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01-29-2003, 03:24 AM
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http://www.hpl.hp.com/personal/Susie...7/hpidc97.html

Here is an interesting link where it is explained in a plain way the concept behind transcoding mpeg2 in the compressed domain, interesting reading, could be of some interest...
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01-29-2003, 09:58 AM
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Here's a thought. How about those movies that will not fit on one cd such as Minority Report. If you used dvd2one to fit on one dvd then perhaps the encoding will allow you to fit on one cd. kwag, can you run a test to see if this is true?

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01-29-2003, 10:12 AM
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Here's a thought. How about those movies that will not fit on one cd such as Minority Report. If you used dvd2one to fit on one dvd then perhaps the encoding will allow you to fit on one cd. kwag, can you run a test to see if this is true?

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I wouldn't do that, because DVD2ONE already re-compresses, so there is some slight loss. The when we re-encode again with TMPEG, we loose again. I would always encode from the highest generation available.

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01-29-2003, 08:10 PM
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@All,

Just tried full version of DVD2one to backup "Blood Work" and WOW!!!
The picture was exactly like the DVD The author promises updates
that will allow you to split a movie on 2 DVD-R's for higher quality
for movies 3+ hours. I can't wait for that Is there a good freeware
DVD player available??? I burned it using Imgtool and it
played absolutly perfect on my stand-alone DVD player.

-black prince
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