- 2010-05-10 09:05:35 GMT
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*** 2-pass 272p encoding for computers (PC, Mac), PS3 or Xbox, portable and mobile devices (Ipod, Itouch) . *** *** Video is 480x272 H264; audio is 44.1 kHz/stereo AAC LC and container is MP4. *** "Home" of my torrents (for Bookmark/Favorites in your browser) http://thepiratebay.se/user/twentyforty SCHEDULE for this week (and NO more requests): Monday: The Pacific as 360p; Breaking Bad as 720p Tuesday: Chuck, "24", Gossip Girl as 272p MP4 H264; Wednesday: Lost, "V" as 272p H264 Thursday: Criminal Minds as 272p MP4 H264; Friday: FlashForward, Grey's Anatomy as 272p MP4 H264; Supernatural, The Vampire Diaries and Fringe as [quark]; Saturday: Smallville as 272p MP4 H264; Stargate Universe as [quark] Sunday: re-seed of week's episodes I recommend CoreCodec for H264 (avc1, x264) video-playback, free DivX 7 for AAC sound-playback (and .mkv with AAC), Haali splitter (free, comes with CoreCodec) as the fastest and best combination for Windows Media Player. This is what I use. VLC player (free), mplayer (free) and KMplayer (free) are available as alternative for all platforms (operating systems) out there and have BUILT-IN codecs and MP4 capabilities. But, video quality is approx. 10-15% lower, blurrier at least on system I have. One can try CCCP matroska codec pack, where ffdshow codec/filter packs and Haali splitter comes in one package and support MP4 playback - but extra caution is required during the install process. QuickTime of course, supports H264/AAC natively. MP4 is ISO 14496-1(H264 video & AAC LC sound) . recommended resolution for computers is 1024x768.. PS3 + HDMI cable + newer TV have been reported as best combination. I am very proud on sound quality and hence I recommend use of stereo system and proper loudspeakers (connect Line Out of Soundcard or standalones with Line In of any Stereo rack). And please, do not watch it with a nose in the screen, take proper distance to the monitor or TV (as advised in TV manuals).