.mkv files on a video dvd?
Posted 20 January 2009 - 09:08 PM
However when playing on my computer it's true 720p. It's a Philips HTS3357 dvd player with HDMI, i guess they have some kind of built in converter.
Posted 20 January 2009 - 09:11 PM
old topic, thread closed
Edited by Kit-Tsukasa, 20 January 2009 - 09:21 PM.
Posted 22 January 2009 - 04:18 AM
/me wonders what makes that lock topic button such a hot item among the mods here...
Do not PM me for playback help, I will not respond. Use the forums to get help instead.
Posted 22 January 2009 - 04:52 AM
|QUOTE (Harukalover @ Jan 21 2009, 09:18 PM)|
|/me wonders what makes that lock topic button such a hot item among the mods here...|
It's because this problem is presumed solved since the topic has essentially been left untouched for over 4 months. If the problem arises, the user could/should pm a mod or simply create a new topic.....at least that's I've seen done pretty much every time now (we don't always lock the topics though since we're lazy XD)
It's also to prevent spam posts like from the guest above
Posted 22 January 2009 - 05:39 AM
I think Kit was somewhat right to close the thread but he should have at least waited until the person was properly addressed and told why they were being shunned.
Posted 22 January 2009 - 06:24 AM
|QUOTE (langes01x @ Jan 21 2009, 10:39 PM)|
|I think Kit was somewhat right to close the thread but he should have at least waited until the person was properly addressed and told why they were being shunned.|
eh....the original problem was addressed in 2007...and the user hasn't posted on the forums since July 2007, hence why I thought it was more than enough appropriate to close. However, if you guys feel it deserves to stay open, be my guest.
Posted 22 January 2009 - 07:32 AM
What I meant was that we should at least give people a reason why we close a thread before doing so. Just because a thread hasn't been posted in for a while doesn't mean that there is no interest in said topic. It may just mean that nothing significant has happened in the meantime that needed to be discussed.
I don't mean to overturn your judgment and I do not intend to go over your head as I'm new enough to the whole mod thing that the "unwritten code" of moderating on this forum is not yet fully known to me. If you still feel like this thread should be locked pm Harukalover and see if you can both agree or come to some compromise.
Posted 08 May 2009 - 12:44 PM
This site converts just everything
Posted 17 May 2009 - 06:00 PM
|QUOTE (EricAnimeFreak @ Jun 06 2008, 04:31 PM)|
| What, has nobody on this forum heard of WINAVI? it works perfectly, it can convert a whole series of 13 epsiodes onto 1 dvd disc with great quality! don't beleive me? well i have 4 differnt DVDs i made ussing WINAVI and DVD-lab Pro on [removed].|
Hope that helps.
WinDVD is not that bad, but it doesn't support subtitles. ConvertXtoDVD supports subtitles in SRT, Sub/idx format, matroska's built-in subtitles, ssa (sub station alpha), ...
It works best with srt, sub/idx, and built-in subtitles.
MKV can be remuxed to contain a single audio and subtitle "track". And it can be renamed into mp4 (this way it works in powerDVD).
Remuxed and renamed this way it can be played on PS3 or XBOX360.
For XBOX360 remuxed and renamed file should not have DTS audio, only AC3 (preferably downmixed to 2 channels)
MKV is an ideal container for BluRay rips (it keeps a lot of quality)
Most MKV files have video bitrates higher than DVD-video, and resolutions definitively higher than DVD-video
PS: Why would anyone want to watch Full HD video (mkv, or matroska, is actually that) on a player that does not support Full HD. It works great with new Radeons with Ati AVIVO hardware acceleration on most newer PC's
Edited by FlankerB, 17 May 2009 - 06:05 PM.
Posted 12 June 2009 - 03:55 AM
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