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I read in a video-editing textbook that if you plan to lower the birate for space concerns (to fit more content on a single BD disc) than H.264 format will provide better quality compared to the MPEG-2. But if you can afford to maintain the bitrate high (i.e. 40mbps) than the MPEG-2 will be superior. In other words the more you compress the quality of the original footage the better the H.264 gets compared to MPEG-2. Unfortunatelly, there are no set rules here and everything is detrmined case-by-case by previewing.
Thanks for your input and love your thumbnail picture of the cat! to funny! I'm a cat guy.
Anyways in response to your message, thanks thant makes since, the mpeg2 was very much supiorror. What does hoolywood use for their movies mpeg2 probably?
One we can't afford.
I fly radio-controlled airplanes, hence my avatar is a cat-pilot.
Unless it is a soap-opera, Hollywood uses film
But do they use mpeg2 for their format for blueray or is it some excuse me if I say
this wrong some propriatry format that is only licensed to them?
The helmet your cat is wearing is way to cool!
I'm not sure about the format of the commercial Blu-Rays but I'm defenetely using MPEG-2 for mine as similar to your observations this gives me the closest image to the original files using the highest possible sampling PrP allows - 40mps.
My cat-polot's helmet is easy to make - use few limes for the helmet and the juce goes into your gin-tonnic.
I'm not sure if Ann Ben's cat is not wearing a helmet too. One never knows these days what cats really are