Hardy jamal January 28, 2012 at 03:10:32 Specs: Windows XP, pentium 4 3.0GHZ / 2 GB
Hi every one... how to compress video file from 2GB in to less than 1GB ? without loosing quality? i using some video converter like Xilisoft Video Converter , All to All video converter...but when i convert video it looses its quality...but i saw a movie in a website that has 2GB with AVI but in other site saw same Movie with 700 MB with MKV i can say quality of this 700 is bettert than 2GB how are they converted that video without loosing quality? even converted video has better quality than orginal video ?!!!! Thank you
Compressed (MKV) could not be better than original (AVI), unless the "original" and compressed were produced from a master using different codecs. Was it better because it was delivered over a better channel.
Wizard-fre if i record a film with mpeg-2 it quality is best and its size should be 2 or 3 GB but i downloaded a same film with MKV that has just 700 MB and its quality better than my mpeg-2 recorded video so how they did that with that quality? i think they converted to that MKV....i converted mine to MKV but its size increased not less ?why
Pip22 i purchased that software called DivX Plus Converter but that program doesn't convert my WMV video with 553 MB it shows error but converted my MP4 video with 56 MB why? do you know other program for that?
let me explain.... i have an important question that i wonder to know. i saw a Blu-ray or high quality video that size about 10 or 15 GB and in other site i downloaded same movie with MKV that has just 700 MB and with same quality !!!!! how they compressed or converted that video to that small sizes with same quality?!!! i converted my video its sizes 2 GB to MKV it size converted to 1GB and lost its quality completely???why please i need that
Video can be tweaked like jpegs and mp3s control contrast and color and other attributes. What you think you see is not you get. Color information and resolution is selectively modified continuously depending upon the scene.
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