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Re: What would be the most convenient, common, universal format for sharing the contents of a DVD
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Thanks for the feedback Schmackbolzen

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You probably should select the source material resolution anyway.

That's what I did in the uploaded files.

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Also I think it is better to disable deinterlacing under the "Filters" tab. It looks like it applied it to some of the videos (or the source material is really bad). For instance look at the Microsoft logo in "Freelancer_OST_-_Bonus_DVD_-_[H.265_2160p_60_RF15]_-_03_-_Trailers_-_E3_2002.mkv". It looks really weird.

Imho it hardly looks better on the DVD; the trailers especially where what shocked me, video-quality-wise. I've seen better Freelancer-related cinematics on Youtube tbh. Which is why I suppose this CD+DVD is really from 2003.

I actually think that I'd indeed better upload the .ISO, with the program suggested above. But I'd first like to also know a free and convenient program that can be used the mount the .ISO, so that I can provide a link (I'd hate it too if I'd find some .ISO to download, then having to figure what'd be best to use).

Provided the .ISO isn't a hugely large file that is... (I actually have no idea).

And, I have some other priorities first now!

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Oh ok, I thought you tried to upscale the resolution since the name implies it.

If it is not the encoder, it might be your codec which reads it. I've had that problem once in a while. Or it really is the source file. You could upload the ISO or the video file where the clip is contained and I can have a look.

Regarding the ISO: There is a solution from Microsoft: https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/download/details.aspx?id=38780


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Oh ok, I thought you tried to upscale the resolution since the name implies it.

Does the 2160p imply a resolution? Because, there is also an option to alter the video dimension in pixels, and this is where I first tried to enlarge it, but later stuck to what the program suggested. Which btw was slightly smaller than what it said the source files was - but excacly copying the entries from the source screwed up the aspect ratio, so I stuck to what the program auto-recommended.

The default preset is "1080p 30", with RF:22, but that generated imho worse quality videos (with larger file sizes!).


Btw thanks for the info on the .ISO. I learned that from Win8 and up, this functionality is already present in the OS, so no need for an external program (but of course many in the Freelancers will still use Win7 so it's nice to give them that link.

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EDIT Attempting to upload the .ISO (3.12 Gb, zipped) takes quite a while, and it failed a couple of times as well. Hopefully this time it'll work.

EDIT As far as I can tell, it's up now.

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For me it does download a 282mb file that is corrupted and can't be opened.

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Does the 2160p imply a resolution?


Yes it does ! It's a standard resolution, useful to extract from Bluray Disc but pretty not from a DVD. I think it's better to keep the standard because of the aspect ratio on the screen, if not , the result could be weird (tall thin people or small potato-like ones )

Anyway, thank you for sharing it with us, really nice !


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For me it does download a 282mb file that is corrupted and can't be opened.

Bugger Yes it is for me too.

This sucks because I tried to upload it maybe 6 times or so, and finally thought it had worked.

Well, as the movies aren't that impressive anyway (the most interesting imho are the concept art presentations, which are slideshows with ambient music from the game added to it) I think I'll leave it at this then. I'll remove the link to (and mentioning of) the .ISO first time I feel like maintaining the page.

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Anyway, thank you for sharing it with us, really nice !


Thanks I hope they at least give an impression, while they might not be at the best possible compression.

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Thanks for uploading.

Re: the ISO file, the note says:
The clips are MKV files and were extracted with Handbrake, set to H.265 2160p|60|RF:15
Alternatively, you can download the .ISO of the Bonus DVD (3.19 Gb). Because of the size, I won't probably keep this up for long.

But, when I download it says the file size is only 282MB. Is the right file linked?

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Thanks for uploading.

Re: the ISO file, the note says:
The clips are MKV files and were extracted with Handbrake, set to H.265 2160p|60|RF:15
Alternatively, you can download the .ISO of the Bonus DVD (3.19 Gb). Because of the size, I won't probably keep this up for long.

But, when I download it says the file size is only 282MB. Is the right file linked?

I'm sorry for the inconvenience. As I wrote some posts above yours, I never succeeded in uploading the .ISO, and don't think it is worth keep trying and trying it anyway. I'll remove the link from my web page.

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