#1
I've downloaded some films and the quality is good on my laptop. However, i want to put them on dvds and watch them on a big tv. Im pretty sure that when i do this, the quality will decrease. Is there anyway to boost the quality before i burn them to disk?

Yes i have googled but no answer that i had the patience to look at came up. If you have nothing useful to say, don't answer at all.
#2
Surely there isn't a way of increasing the video's quality? I'd say just make sure when you're burning it to disc have it on the highest quality option.
#3
i'm sure there is a way to preserve most of the quality, but as far as increasing the quality i think that's impossible unless your CSI
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#4
Quote by bulldozerbob
Surely there isn't a way of increasing the video's quality? I'd say just make sure when you're burning it to disc have it on the highest quality option.


Okay i'll try that. I was going to just use windows media player but do you (or anyone else) have suggestions for a better program?
#5
Nope. All the information like the frame size, frame rate, and frame quality is stored in the video. The only way to get a higher quality version is to get a new video.
#6
It's pointless to burn dvds of them unless they are an a disc image format like .img or .iso or if you have the Video_TS folders. If they were compressed to a format like .avi before you downloaded them you can regain what was lost.
#7
You can't improve the quality of a video.

With what you have now, just burn it at the highest quality possible on your DVD writer.

And next time, download ISO's
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#8
The only thing you could do is perhaps sharpen or do some curves work. But you're only putting make-up on a hog if the video quality is poor to begin with.
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#9
Quote by supafunkyone
Okay i'll try that. I was going to just use windows media player but do you (or anyone else) have suggestions for a better program?

Errm, the only thing I can even think of is Nero, but I'm not sure if that does DVDs?
#10
Okay thanks for all your suggestions

Quote by Kensai
The only thing you could do is perhaps sharpen or do some curves work. But you're only putting make-up on a hog if the video quality is poor to begin with.


They're good quality DvDRips, im just pretty sure that they'll lose quality when put back onto a dvd
Last edited by supafunkyone at Sep 13, 2009,
#11
Quote by supafunkyone
Okay thanks for all your suggestions


They're good quality DvDRips, im just pretty sure that they'll lose quality when put back onto a dvd


It won't lose quality. It might appear to, because of the size of the screen you're watching on, but the quality will more than likely be the same.
#12
If you downloaded the film without paying, I heard jizzing on your laptop keyboard works well.


Whether you downloaded it legally or illegally, if the original file on your computer is poor quality, you can't improve it.