DivX for HD?

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eelw

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I use QT7 Pro for my h.264 encoding. Yes, it's slow, but when you can encode 640x480 files at less than 500kbps and still have better quality and filesize than other codecs at 320x240, it's far worth it.
 

Looney

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Originally posted by: frankgomez75
Originally posted by: Looney
I wished more HD content would come out faster.... i think most people have HDTV sets by now.



Ummm... not quite. I'd say about 30% of the population have HD sets

Must be the people i know then. The only people i know without HD sets are my parents.

Still, i would think anybody buying a TV these days are PROBABLY going for HDTV.
 

uhohs

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Originally posted by: Pocatello
Originally posted by: frankgomez75
Originally posted by: Looney
I wished more HD content would come out faster.... i think most people have HDTV sets by now.



Ummm... not quite. I'd say about 30% of the population have HD sets

I think it's even less than that.

i would guess 10-20%
 

Goosemaster

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http://myhsr.com/storage/video/HD/


all AVC's were made usign Nero, and I personally think it kicks ass...

I was never able to get megui or jsut plain avisynth+whatever to output resutls as good as nero.

That's not to say that x264 isn't better, but I haven't gotten the hang of it just yet