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    Which site besides x264.eu has the most x264 files? So far, I think it's NB, which has 188, but I'm wondering if any site has more of them.

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    Thanks, but they're not all 720p HD x264, are they? I should have said that I'm looking for regular x264 files that are more or less the same size as XviDs.

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    whats wrong with x264? its pretty perfect... you can always request something if its not already on there

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    Some more...

    TL- 55
    ScT- 102 (this includes a lot of TV stuff though, its not seperated)
    PT- 18
    RSR- 59

    NB seems to be winning...


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    Yeah, it does. It is even catching up to x264 itself.

    Nothing's wrong with x264. I'm just seeing what else is out there.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shadowfire View Post
    Thanks, but they're not all 720p HD x264, are they? I should have said that I'm looking for regular x264 files that are more or less the same size as XviDs.
    Yeah sorry they are...
    But I don't think a lot of trackers (apart from those you named) release "XviD-sized" x264's, 'cause
    a) the scene standard is ~1.10GB; and
    b) at specialised HD trackers people have more expertise and they know x264 is (only) better than XviD at high bitrates so the filesizes tend to be around 1.4 GB (analoguely: 350 MB - x2: 700 MB - x2: 1.4 GB)


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    bitmetv has a good bunch of those, but tv shows tho haha
    Alright.

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    Crossfade, 1.4GB are perfectly fine. (less than a GB more, ahha). I just don't want to end up with a 720p file that's the size of a DVDr or more, because I'm just not fond of downloading too many GBs.

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