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Thread: Which one is better quality: HR, x264 or HD?

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    Hey guys,

    Can anyone quickly tell me what HR, x264 and HD stand for?

    Which is the better quality (pro's and cons of each type) and why?


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    x264 is typically presented in a resolution of 1280x720 such as Weeds S04E07 720p HDTV X264-DIMENSION.

    HR is usually displayed in a resolution of 960X528.

    HD is usually displayed in a resolution of 624x352, such as Weeds.S04E07.HDTV.XviD-LOL

    Thus, typically, x264 is the better quality and the only resolution I even bother with. HD and HR recorded from a high definition source, but still look awful when stretching them to full screen when watching them.



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    x264 is the best among them

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    Thanks guys.
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