I often cap at CVD or SVCD on my PVR computer when it is not for disc archiving (when I delete it after viewing).
But for long I dont burn anything else than DVD, unless per request (or if someone wants that latest episode of i.e. The Shield or Deadwood that I have capped on my hdd in SVCD format).
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Originally Posted by fmctm1sw
Doesn't look like any boxing going on there to me...I don't even see any boxing gloves
Those guys look a little too happy
Are you sure that shouldn't read - "a little help from my friends" or "a helping hand" :P
I have created tens of vcds and after started doing svcds but was never happy about the quality of both, espcecially when i watch a dvd i can see the difference, i am soon getting my dvd burner will start doing dvds.
besides putting about 35 mins on 1 svcd is really not enough escpecially when you shoot everyday about 1-2 hours, you need tons of cds so moving to dvd soon...cheers
I haven't created a VCD since I bought my Pioneer A06 just on twelve monts ago. I paid $575 (aus) for it. I have just purchased the A07 today for the grand total of $198 . I think I jumped in to quickly!!!.
btw- this one is for my brother, not me- happy with the a06
DVD+-R all the way with expeptions. Since I have a Phillips 642 player I can play Divx to my TV. For those who claim that DVDs are still cost prohibitive, have you seen the cost of Riteks and Prodisks DVD-r/4x They are like 30-40 /100 disks now. I do produce an accasional Divs with Dr. Divx and as long as the movie is not too much past 120 min, you get a very good viewable disk. With VBR encoding ( 2 pass ) you get very good results even in action scences. Still,,, DVD is best and I buy in large enough packs to justify it.No DVD can withstand the power of DVDShrink along with AnyDVD!
Originally Posted by tgpo