Solved What is the best video converter without loosing quality?

May 21, 2012 at 10:31:08
Specs: gigabyte, 4 cpu 3.00GHz 2.01GHz/1GB ram
Hi friend....i have an older of video graphic that 32 MB..i download some HD video with 1080 that my computer play it to slow with pause in play..i converted some HD videos to MKV with 720 X 576 i converted some videos with ( Xilisoft Video Converter Ultimate 6 ) and some others with ( Format factory) but it loose quality with those two different software that i need to know what is the best video converter to convert those HD Videos to high quality video without loosing quality please i need your helps..or how to convert those HD videos to what format with what pixel and with which ratio and which KB?
thank you so much

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May 22, 2012 at 20:19:53
I agree with Derek on Super Media Converter, it's free and one of the best.

When you reduce a video from a higher resolution to a lower one, of course it's going to loose quality.

A graphic card with 32 Meg's of memory is way under par for trying to view 1080 HD videos. I'm not going to get into why it can't do 1024X768 videos, there are way too many variables such as file format, compression ratio, etc.

bottom line, you need a better video card, or download Super and experiment with resolution and compression until you find a good balance between what your card will play and what's acceptable quality.



#1
May 21, 2012 at 13:25:43
You cannot convert from one format to another without losing quality, that's just the nature of a lossy compression format. And when you lower the resolution from 1080 down to 720, you are going to lower the quality.
If you don't want to loose quality, why are you trying to convert them to a different format?

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#2
May 22, 2012 at 14:57:47
THX 1138...thanks for your replying but i wrote why i want to convert it to a different format but i write it again here...my computer has a low of video Graphic that is 32 MB and it can not play those videos which has high resolution like 1080..so i have some HD videos with 1080 that in high quality when i convert them to 720 X 576 with same frames and same kbs..it loose some quality...and can you tell me does video graphic cause of that why my computer doesn't play HDwith 1080 or HD videos with 1024 resolution ? or it cause from what? thanks

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#3
May 22, 2012 at 15:01:14
'Super' Media File Converter is a possibility. You can select both quality and resolution.

http://www.erightsoft.com/SUPER.html

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#4
May 22, 2012 at 20:19:53
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I agree with Derek on Super Media Converter, it's free and one of the best.

When you reduce a video from a higher resolution to a lower one, of course it's going to loose quality.

A graphic card with 32 Meg's of memory is way under par for trying to view 1080 HD videos. I'm not going to get into why it can't do 1024X768 videos, there are way too many variables such as file format, compression ratio, etc.

bottom line, you need a better video card, or download Super and experiment with resolution and compression until you find a good balance between what your card will play and what's acceptable quality.


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#5
May 28, 2012 at 07:02:47
Thanks but i bought a video converter that called ( Wondershare Video Converter Ultimate) I thinks its the best i convert with this nice software program..thanks

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#6
August 9, 2012 at 04:46:24
@Hardy... It is impossible to convert a high definition video to another hd video without losing the quality no matter you use any tool. Xllisoft video converter is a very good in fact it is one of the fav of many people, but quality loss is a common thing and it happens in this process. If your video graphics is very low, I would suggest you to upgrade it.

However, you can take help from here about a good video converterhttp://www.hdvideoconverter.net

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#7
October 16, 2012 at 23:32:03
@ Hardy jamal : i think HandBrake video converter is better then all....

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#8
October 17, 2012 at 10:56:32
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Haven't seen anything of "Hardy jamal" since May 28 so I'm not sure he'll look back again now. Seems he has bought a converter.

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#9
October 18, 2012 at 10:01:59
Seems so Derek. That money would have bought a better video card though and he wouldn't have to mess with his videos.

Skip
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#10
October 18, 2012 at 10:20:00
Yeah SkipCox.

Still, you know the old saying about leading horses to water LOL.

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#11
October 18, 2012 at 15:55:41
He paid $60 for a video converter that does no better than the free ones such as Handbrake or Super, yet he won't spend money on a new video card....Amazing.

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#12
October 18, 2012 at 15:59:35
Does seem a tad strange.

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#13
November 9, 2012 at 13:52:26
Thanks for all people for your helps..i didn't buy any thing no Video converter and no graphic...i got my answer that i have to convert my HD video with loosing little bite of quality..Thanks

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#14
November 9, 2012 at 14:10:26
Wow, you haven't been around since May.

Anyhow, thanks for popping back to let us know the outcome.

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#15
November 26, 2012 at 13:34:30
So I am trying to view a 1920x1080 video file. It has a data rate of 800kbps, Total Bit rate of 1055kbps, and a frame rate of 29 fps.

They are .flv or .flv avi files. The problem is it is poor quality video.
Can anyone suggest what to change to get better quality video to watch ?

I am viewing these files from a PS3 onto a Sharp Quatron 60" tv.


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#16
November 26, 2012 at 13:55:38
QMAO

Off the top of my head it might be difficult to improve on them with current technology when using a 60" TV. They probably need better encoding (larger files).

Whatever, this post is dated 21 May and you are going to get few, if any, other helpers looking at it. Create a new post with this new topic and you should get better results.

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