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i think so.. until this time, i think .AVI still the best quality (never meet more better than that)..I've been wondering, does the file type of video/movie effect the quality of the video/movie? I mean like .avi , .mkv, .mpg . . . . . and does compressing them ruin their quality?
and compressing may ruin it.
do you guys know how to convert from DVD to AVi?
what tools do you use for it?
There are programs that you use none of them I see are free they all cost money but heres 2.
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The linux community has a few opensource programs that are free, but they all run under linux. Personally, I use DVD:Rip to convert my dvd's to AVI's when I want my kids to see some movies/anime but I don't want them scratching up my disks to do it (or their computer just won't play the disk). I'm not sure what there is one for Windows (and im really not willing to look).
Take a look at SourceForge.net: Welcome to SourceForge.net and see if you can find something. It's a huge repository of Opensource software for all system platforms. You might be able to find something there.
mpg4 for movies is a format used by ipod's and quicktime player
AVI is the most common format for audio/video data on the PC used by windows
Matroska is usually found as .mkv files (matroska video) and .mka files (matroska audio) used by some new company
it all depends on the format
the video quality depends on where they video was taken from
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Ok, I got ome .mkv s and most .avi s, so does this means when I burn them at the lowest speed (4x) I still can't get the same quality?
All burning on a lower speed will do is make it where your cd/dvd is more compatible with more drives. My dvd burner burns at 8x max but my Xbox only reads 2x burned disks...so I do all my burning on 2x. It does not change the file quality at all. If I burned them at 8x they would still be just as good of quality as my 2x disks. The only reason to burn at a lower speed is to be able to play it on older drives and to make sure your computer burns the disk correctly.
There is really nothing you can do to change the quality of the files you have downloaded. Someone else did all that work for you. If you were creating those files from an original source (such as a movie dvd or a dvr recording from television) THEN rather it was in .mkv or .avi would have a bearing on your quality of the file. But your not (and nether am i). Burning a video to a disk will not effect the quality of the video.