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Author:  infect [ Tue May 27, 2008 10:17 pm ]
Post subject:  Gutterballs

What format?

Its not a brilliant film, and I think 1/3rd is a bit of a waste...

Here's the details of the 1/6th:

File Name ..........: gutterballs-1cd_1.avi
Total Size (Bytes) .: 782,938,112 Bytes
Total Size (KB) ....: 764,588 KB
Total Size (MB) ....: 746.67 MB
Total Streams ......: 2 Stream(s)
File Size Correct ..: Yes

Video Size (Bytes) .: 695,492,086 Bytes
Video Size (KB) ....: 679,191 KB
Video Size (MB) ....: 663.27 MB
Video Length .......: 01:35:35
Video Codec Code ...: XVID
Video Codec Name ...: XviD MPEG-4 codec
Video Bitrate ......: 970 KB/s
Resolution .........: 576 x 320
Aspect Ratio .......: 1.80:1
Total Frames .......: 137508 Frames
Framerate ..........: 23.976 FPS
Color Depth ........: 12 Bits
Quality Factor .....: 0.219 B/px
Packed Bitstream ...: No

Audio Size (Bytes) .: 87,435,810 Bytes
Audio Size (KB) ....: 85,387 KB
Audio Size (MB) ....: 83.39 MB
Audio Length .......: 01:35:35
Audio Codec Code ...: 85 (0x0055)
Audio Codec Name ...: MPEG-1 Layer 3 (MP3)
Audio Bitrate ......: 121 KB/s (VBR)
Channels ...........: 2 Ch
Sampling Rate ......: 48000 Hz


[ About file ]

Name: gutterballs-1cd_1.avi
Date: 27/05/2008 06:26:19
Size: 782,938,112 bytes (746.668 MB)

[ Generic infos ]

Play duration: 01:35:35 (5735.235235 s)
Container type: AVI OpenDML
Number of streams: 2
Type of stream nr. 0: video
Type of stream nr. 1: audio
Audio streams: 1
ISFT: VirtualDubMod 1.5.10.2 (build 2540/release)
JUNK: VirtualDubMod build 2540/release

[ Relevant data ]

Resolution: 576 x 320
Width: multiple of 32
Height: multiple of 32
Average DRF: 2.968736
Standard deviation: 0.751234
Std. dev. weighted mean: 0.535694

[ Video track ]

FourCC: xvid/XVID
Resolution: 576 x 320
Frame aspect ratio: 9:5 = 1.8
Pixel aspect ratio: 1:1 = 1
Display aspect ratio: 9:5 = 1.8
Framerate: 23.976 fps
Number of frames: 137508
Stream size: 686,378,256 bytes
Bitrate: 957.419499 kbps
Qf: 0.216647
Key frames: 1868 (0; 300; 410; 451; 499; ... 137456)
Null frames: 0
Min key int: 1
Max key int: 300
Avg key int: 73.612419
Delay: 0 ms

[ Audio track ]

Audio tag: 0x55 (MP3)
Bitrate (container): 121.968 kbps VBR
Channels (container): 2
Sample rate (container): 48000 Hz
Chunks: 238968
Stream size: 87,443,880 bytes
Preload: 504 ms
Max A/V diff: 528 ms
Type: MPEG-1 Layer III
Encoder: LAME3.96r (Made with BeSweet v1.5b29)
MPEG frames: 238968
Play duration: 01:35:35 (5735.232 s)
Bitrate (bitstream): 121.974322 kbps VBR
Chunk-aligned: Yes
Emphasis: none
Mode: dual channel
Delay: 0 ms

[ About MPEG4 encoding ]

User data: XviD0046
Packed bitstream: No
QPel: No
GMC: No
Interlaced: No
Aspect ratio: Square pixels
Quant type: MPEG custom (*)
Custom intra quant matrix:
8 14 14 14 15 15 18 21
14 14 14 14 15 16 19 22
14 14 15 15 17 19 22 25
14 14 15 18 21 23 27 31
15 15 17 21 26 30 35 40
15 16 19 23 30 38 46 56
18 19 22 27 35 46 61 76
21 22 25 31 40 56 76 99
Custom inter quant matrix:
19 19 19 19 20 21 24 28
19 19 19 19 20 22 26 29
19 19 20 21 23 26 29 34
19 19 21 24 28 31 36 42
20 20 23 28 35 41 48 55
21 22 26 31 41 51 63 76
24 26 29 36 48 63 83 103
28 29 34 42 55 76 103 134
Number of frames: 137508
Drop/delay frames: 0
Corrupted frames: 0

I-VOPs: 1868 ( 1.358 %)
P-VOPs: 63790 ( 46.390 %) ############
B-VOPs: 71849 ( 52.251 %) #############
S-VOPs: 0 ( 0.000 %)
N-VOPs: 1 ( 0.001 %)

Max consecutive B-VOPs: 2
1 consec: 48289 ( 80.389 %) ####################
2 consec: 11780 ( 19.611 %) #####

[ DRF analysis ]

Average DRF: 2.968736
Standard deviation: 0.751234
Max DRF: 4

DRF<2: 0 ( 0.000 %)
DRF=2: 41018 ( 29.830 %) #######
DRF=3: 59770 ( 43.467 %) ###########
DRF=4: 36719 ( 26.703 %) #######
DRF>4: 0 ( 0.000 %)

I-VOPs average DRF: 2.344218
I-VOPs std. deviation: 0.528455
I-VOPs max DRF: 4

P-VOPs average DRF: 2.421555
P-VOPs std. deviation: 0.577073
P-VOPs max DRF: 4

B-VOPs average DRF: 3.470778
B-VOPs std. deviation: 0.499145
B-VOPs max DRF: 4

[ Profile compliancy ]

Profile to check: MTK PAL 6000
Resolution: Ok
Framerate: 23.976 <> 25
Min buffer fill: 81%

This report was created by AVInaptic (18-11-2007) on 27 mag 2008, h 22:10:23


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Screens and specs from 1/3rd when its done, which would you prefer? I'd recommend 1/6th.

Author:  ^Rogue^ [ Wed May 28, 2008 2:42 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: Gutterballs

1/3 at higher resolution, if it won't be too much trouble. :)

Or why not go for 1/4 if you consider 1/3 a waste? Sounds like a good compromise.

Author:  spudthedestroyer [ Thu May 29, 2008 3:04 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: Gutterballs

cos the film is shit and should really be considered about necessity for that much bandwidth; Hi-Def home camera and will likely be unshared rapidly. Audio track is nothing special.
I don't really consider 1/4th AFR that much, the idea was spun as to fill the space and there kind of breaks that philosophy.

Doesn't bother me, i'm just thinking about what it needs to what is economical.

I don't think it looks particularly good either:
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Author:  elchupacabra [ Thu May 29, 2008 4:11 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: Gutterballs

Why do you bother ripping this crap? :roll:

Author:  spudthedestroyer [ Thu May 29, 2008 4:30 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: Gutterballs

because people want it

Author:  ViSCeRaL [ Thu May 29, 2008 5:22 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: Gutterballs

Best reason.

Author:  elchupacabra [ Thu May 29, 2008 5:37 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: Gutterballs

spudthedestroyer wrote:
because people want it


That's sad. :)

Author:  spudthedestroyer [ Thu May 29, 2008 7:41 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: Gutterballs

Rogue is the only one to speak up, although elchup has confirmed that i'm not overstating that its crap.

Rogue, have the screens made you change your mind at all or do you still want a 1/3rd?

Author:  slasherman [ Thu May 29, 2008 11:53 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: Gutterballs

this movie dont deserve more than 700 Mb

Author:  pure [ Fri May 30, 2008 12:39 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: Gutterballs

IMO 1/4 or 1/6 would be more then sufficient

Author:  spudthedestroyer [ Fri May 30, 2008 6:56 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: Gutterballs

excellent, that 1/3rd might seem optimum if it wasn't about ripping... but there's always that trend to go overboard on these craps and its just too much sometimes.

Sorry rogue, but I don't think you'd actually want 1/3rd of this... its more of a humanitarian cause here! :lol:

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