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Low Quality Media = Low quality of video? - 2/1/2005 5:27:35 AM   
wolfwolf

 

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For the longest time, the only difference between good quality media and bad quality media was its percentage of success when being burned with data. But somebody told me that when you burn a dvd movie, the quality of the movie changes if your using low quality dvd media unlike if your using good quality media. I still think this is not true but if this is true i hope you can give me some details about this

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RE: Low Quality Media = Low quality of video? - 2/1/2005 6:05:42 AM   
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Welcome.

Not exactly. The movie is 0 and 1 on a media. Also the quality is highly depends on the bitrate. This cannot be changed from a media. But if the media is low quality it is higly possible for glithces, freezes etc. So the final result will be low quality.

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RE: Low Quality Media = Low quality of video? - 2/2/2005 9:12:34 PM   
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But as long as nero verifies the burned cd and successfully does so will mean the cd has been burned correctly and it has same quality as that of original dvd right?

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RE: Low Quality Media = Low quality of video? - 2/2/2005 9:38:31 PM   
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That is correct but if the player has difficulty in reading the media it will show up as freezing & jumping in playback and this problem is player dependant. If more compatable media is used there will be a wider range of playback compatability.
As for reading the disc in a PC drive, if it can be read without errors then the movie content will be the same as the original source material and a bad disc can usualy be copied to a more compatable disc without any loss of the original quality


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