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    Hi, I read in this forum that the DVD player with DivX logo do not support HD divx.

    so, my question is:

    what is the maximum quality a normal DivX compatible DVD player can play?

    Thank you very much.
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  2. It's not quality but resolution. 720x480/576
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    ok so i can have a 720x480/576 with hi bitrate? 5000k por ex???


    and other question...
    is the video is widescreen? what do a have to do so the dvd player knows that and not strech up and down the image?
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  4. Originally Posted by zovx View Post
    ok so i can have a 720x480/576 with hi bitrate? 5000k por ex???
    That depends on the player and how high and for how long the bitrate approaches 5000. You'll just have to test. Many will stutter or freeze for a short time with highs that approach 5000 for a few seconds. Others will have no problems with it. In general, though, with modern players a max bitrate of 5000 should be OK.
    and other question...
    is the video is widescreen? what do a have to do so the dvd player knows that and not strech up and down the image?
    For most players you'll have to resize from 720x480/576. For a 1.78:1 ratio movie, it might mean resizing to 720x400 or some such. Or a lower resolution such as 640x352.
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    Thanks! super converter gives me the option to encode the file in 720x480 16:9... I test that on the dvd player on a 4:3 TV and that was ok. Is something wrong with that?

    thanks!!!!
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  6. No, if your player does the resize, then good. Not doing any resize at all (together with a high enough bitrate) results in the best quality of all.
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    yes, my players has the option... 4:3 or 16:9... so thats all. thanks manono.
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