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    whats that website URL again for the site that shows you quality of diff. movie releases?


    in my mind I see "rslog, releaselog" or something like that.

    thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by fastplumb View Post
    no, but this works.

    thank you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NeonImpact View Post
    whats that website URL again for the site that shows you quality of diff. movie releases?


    in my mind I see "rslog, releaselog" or something like that.

    thanks
    http://www.rlslog.net/

    A google search for 'release log' turned that up as the first result.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rossco View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by NeonImpact View Post
    whats that website URL again for the site that shows you quality of diff. movie releases?


    in my mind I see "rslog, releaselog" or something like that.

    thanks
    http://www.rlslog.net/

    A google search for 'release log' turned that up as the first result.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rossco View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by NeonImpact View Post
    whats that website URL again for the site that shows you quality of diff. movie releases?


    in my mind I see "rslog, releaselog" or something like that.

    thanks
    http://www.rlslog.net/

    A google search for 'release log' turned that up as the first result.
    Thanks! I haven't ever used that one...always used vcdquality, rlslog.net is really useful as well. I enjoy the RSS feed

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    you might also try junknova.com

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    Quote Originally Posted by NeonImpact View Post
    whats that website URL again for the site that shows you quality of diff. movie releases?
    in my mind I see "rslog, releaselog" or something like that.
    thanks
    The http://www.vcdquality.com is the only site listed that 'attempts' to do it, although of course they rely on users feedback, and that can be very variable; you have to read the comments.

    I hadn't looked at that site for awhile, but I tried 'plugging in' a few of the d/l's from the last month, that I either got of ng headers or from listings here (or usually both!), and nada on any listing on the vcdquality site.

    There used to be a couple of sites years ago that would list the actual 'base size' of the dvd's, and recoded size, and the % of the result and other information, but they are gone to dust. Even 'release' groups like 'Replica' most of the time don't list any quality numbers in their nfo's anymore.

    That's why I avoid them like the plague, unless they have something that I really want. It's simply far easier to do the recode job myself, or, with the price of DVD9's, burn that.

    The era of dvd's that look like poor vhs copies is over. Except for those who like that.

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    ^^ Replica must follow the DVDR RELEASING STANDARDS
    or else their releases would be nuked. If it's a group I trust and they list just bitrate, I could guess the # of passes or vice versa.

    General:
    . Release size must be at 4.3-4.37 Gb unless source is DVD5.
    . PAL after NTSC and NTSC after PAL is allowed.

    Video:
    . Re-encoding:
    . CCE version 2.50+ or must be used in all
    Circumstances where transcoding (re-encoding) of the

    video stream is required. REmpeg and TMPGenc are NOT allowed.
    New unknown or unreleased encoders are not strictly
    forbidden, however use at your own risk.
    . Automated Programs that perform DVD9>DVD5 rips are
    FORBIDDEN, e.g. InstanCopy, DVDXCopy, DVDShrink etc.
    . Minimum average bitrate allowed is 3000 kbit/s
    (2800 kbit/s for tv shows). If minimum average bitrate
    cannot be achieved, a valid explanation is required in
    the NFO.
    . TV-DVDR does not need to be deinterlaced.
    . Quality Settings:
    . CCE:
    . No CBR. Multipass is to be enforced.
    . The initial 1st pass that encodes the .vaf file
    in CCE is NOT considered within the multipass set.
    . The number of passes required for a movie is to

    be determined by the final avg bitrate. Under
    4,000k/s 6+ passes required, over 4,000k/s
    5 passes are required.

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    If you are talking about nfo files, I like to use:

    http://www.nforce.nl
    http://www.nfodb.com
    http://www.vcdquality.com
    blah blah blah... whatever...



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