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Why ask here, why not ask the person behind...?
MediaInfo will tell you that inside the AVI wrapper is:
XviD (codec used)
5741Kb/s (bit rate)
With the bit rate used about 105 minutes of video will fit on a DVD, but you won't be able to play it on any set top DVD player.
If you want to get "better" quality at lower bandwidths, you should look into using some aggressive noise reduction schemes.
Interesting and thank you Ruud. Is it possible to achieve this quality right-out-of-the-box from PPro ?
And it migth as well be 1920x1080p footage cropped to 1600x640 ? (and
not 2000x800 as stated from the producer)
When I try googling "aggressive noise reduction schemes" my only hit is Dan Isaacs - so ..ehh.. could you enligthen this some more Dan?
Well, most of my experience with NR is in AviSynth. Since you've already downloaded my hd2sd() functions, you should have the FFT3DFilter plugin installed.
If you are outputting DVD, take a look at my documentation (hd2sd.txt) for usage of the NR, GrapeSmootherAmount, and FFT3DAmount parameters.
Otherwise (for 1600x600, for instance) you'll need to try something else. You can, of course, use this same type of filtering for any output size: just that I don't have any "pre-fab" methods for you.