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PostPosted: Wed Apr 30, 2008 3:51 pm  Post subject: Feast (2005) (DVDR)
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YEAR: 2005

RUNNING TIME: 92 min.
COUNTRY: Usa
DIRECTOR: John Gulager
SCREENWRITER: Marcus Dunstan, Patrick Melton
COMPOSER: Stephen Edwards
CINEMATOGRAPHER: Thomas L. Callaway
CAST: Balthazar Getty, Henry Rollins, Jason Mewes, Josh Zuckerman, Judah Friedlander, Krista Allen, Navi Rawat
STUDIO/PRODUCER: Dimension Films
OFFICIAL WEB: http://www.feast-movie.com/
GENRE: Horror
SYNOPSIS/PLOT: When a motley crew of strangers find themselves trapped in an isolated tavern, they must band together in a battle for survival against a family of flesh-hungry creatures. Terrifying and full of surprises, "Feast" turns the screen blood red as the group is devoured one-by-one.

Languages:English and Spanish D.D 5.1
Subtítles: English and Spanish
Extras: Erased

- Reduction Level for DVD-5: 92,4%
- Overall Bitrate : 5.680Kbs
- Space for Video : 3.805.498KB
- Movie improvement from extra reduction = 1,7%
- HIGH/LOW/TYPICAL Bitrates: 6.534/1.638/5.680 Kbs

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PostPosted: Fri May 02, 2008 9:05 pm  Post subject: Re: Feast (2005) (DVDR)
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PostPosted: Fri May 02, 2008 9:55 pm  Post subject: Re: Feast (2005) (DVDR)
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I don't think it really makes sense to release so many huge files for one movie if you remove the extras.

It is MPEG-2 and therefore a much more inefficient codec than XviD for instance. You can improve the quality of any DVD (which usually everytime contain noise and stuff) by applying the right filters and than release a file that is almost the fourth in size as the original MPEG-2 stream. This is just a waste of bandwidth if you ask me. Unless of course you deny to buy a standalone that supports MPEG-4 codecs (like XviD).

Because of this, these releases shouldn't be in highest quality section anyway. The Shibusters releases in high quality look all better than any DVD downsampling you will put in here. :)


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PostPosted: Sat May 03, 2008 12:45 pm  Post subject: Re: Feast (2005) (DVDR)
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There's an infect one if that's what you mean :p
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PostPosted: Sat May 03, 2008 3:44 pm  Post subject: Re: Feast (2005) (DVDR)
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That's not the important part of my post spud. :roll: Shitbusters was the first that came to mind thinking of nice quality rips. Sorry infect. :lol:


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PostPosted: Mon Nov 03, 2008 6:18 pm  Post subject: Re: Feast (2005) (DVDR)
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OK, this is a DVD release, and for us what is more important is que quality of the film, so sometimes in order to have a DVD with the best quality, we have to remove the extras.

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PostPosted: Tue Nov 04, 2008 12:13 am  Post subject: Re: Feast (2005) (DVDR)
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Grupo Cine-Digital wrote:
OK, this is a DVD release, and for us what is more important is que quality of the film, so sometimes in order to have a DVD with the best quality, we have to remove the extras.

Greetings.


Hello :)

I don't think the point was why the extras were removed, more why bother with mpeg2 in any form if you are going to tamper with it. I think the point is, if your concern is quality then rather then re-encoding the movie to mpeg2 and removing the extras, you are better using the far, far, far, far superior method of encoding which is mpeg4 (xvid, divx). Whilst i'd generally disagree about the applying filters bit improving, I'd choose mpeg4 over mpeg2 any day of the week because of the waste :)

So I believe the point was, that in his mind, releasing using mpeg2 is completely pointless unless you do not encode or strip it at all and preserve the dvd 100% (ie. you do not re-encode, you do not remove extras, etc.)... keeping it at a DVD9 if that's what it was. When you start removing and compressing then it seems a tad pointless.

Whilst I'm lazy and grab dvdrs off of newsgroups, this is solely because of the speed of acquisition... I'd tend to agree with the inferiority of DVD-r as a release format; I don't use it when mpeg4 is there, and i'd not download a dvdr off of emule myself.

On the extras note, I myself don't care... If i care about a movie enough to want the extras I'd buy the DVD :)

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