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Thread: Best Video Resolution Available?

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    leonidas's Avatar Poster
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    Is it actually possible to get movies or samples with a 1024/768 or superior resolution size?
    Then where?

  2. Movies & TV   -   #2
    it may be possible but look forward to a 3GB download.

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    That's not a problem I've got a 64kb/s conexion,plus a 120gb HD plus I buy my recordable cds for 0.30$ each.

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    So...Anyone knows?

  5. Movies & TV   -   #5
    why not just set your resolution to 800x600 when you watch the videos? will look alot better.

    also, it's VERY rare that you will find a video in 1024 resolution

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    I doubt you could get XGA resulution, PAL DVDs are encoded at 720x576 and re-sizing it would make it look horrible. :x

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    fuck the size wud b huge in 1024x768

    I ripped Driller Killer at a test in the size 1024x768 and the movie wos hitting the 2gig mark

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    I have seen files that big around but the files sizes were huge. The problem with it is that there were hardly any sources b/c of that file size, only one guy had it and if he wasn't on you just sat and waited.

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    Yes, that resolution would be no good it would be all streched out if u need a large resolution I'd advise the one Amarjit posted (720x480/576) 576 is for pal so if u live in the united states most likely u have a ntsc which is 480

  10. Movies & TV   -   #10
    seeing as dvd's are 720x576, i would think it isn't possible to get good quality at 1024x768

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