Webrip vs blu ray which is betterOn 26.10.2020 by Arashinris
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Thread Modes. Hey guys! I have read some information on the internet about web-dl and how this has better quality than webrip but what is the difference between bluray vs brrip? From my understanding, I think that bluray movies should retained the video and sound quality whereas brrip is ripped from a blu ray source and therefore reduced quality?
Sid Captain Hot Lips. Firstly bear in mind that we don't police terminology except where there are gross abuses so just because an uploader says something is something does not mean it is that thing. Some uploaders may be knowingly gaming the system, others may simply not know exactly what the terms mean and may be using them inappropriately.
A Blu-ray will typically exceed 20 GB. Oct 11,am Sid Wrote: Firstly bear in mind that we don't police terminology except where there are gross abuses so just because an uploader says something is something does not mean it is that thing. Generally Sid, you are correct. If not better. Though of course, all of them can be of varying quality, so it's a bit strange to say flat out that one is better than another. My advice to anyone wondering about a specific movie or whatnot is to download several versions of it and see which suits your own taste.
To say one is better than another isn't really being accurate. Though a 'true' blu-ray rip should be better than the others. I don't really know quality wise so can someone please help me out?
No, because it's not that simple. Encoders cannot have their cake and eat it. They are all forced to prioritize quality OR file-size. Some choose to create higher quality but larger BDRips or whatever ; others choose to create smaller but lower quality BDRips or whatever.
If you're particularly anal about it you need to consider: - the source of the encoding - the resolution of the encoding - the frame-rate of the encoding - the skill of the encoder [But if you're that anal you shouldn't really be downloading rips anyway.
RobertX Spank my Balls with Fish. I keep hearing that Cinavia prevents copying, and I've been enough of it to end world hunger, but wouldn't Cinavia prevent ripping before you guys start arguing which is the best quality? Moe adpenistrator.
Last Active: Today Threads: 57 Posts: 4, Oct 14,pm RobertX Wrote: I keep hearing that Cinavia prevents copying, and I've been enough of it to end world hunger, but wouldn't Cinavia prevent ripping before you guys start arguing which is the best quality?
Difference Between BDrip and BRrip
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Thread Modes. Which is better quality? An HDRip or a Blu-ray? What kind of movie rip is the best quality out of all the movie rips available? RobertX Spank my Balls with Fish. Of course, with Cinavia, Blu-Rays rips are far and few in between. In that case, just use Web-DL.BRRip, BDRip, CAMRip, DVDscr - Video Formats - Which one is the Best ? Explained.
How come hd rips are larger in file size than blu Ray? I don't know. I think I should correct myself: the comparison between Blu Ray rips and HD rips, in terms of quality and compression, is arbitrary. Maybe I should correct myself again! Well, in any case, bob should be adept in answering, truthfully, those questions. Why'd you ask? I asked because I want to know which rips are better.
I noticed that hd rips have a larger file size and that got me wondering. Robert's suggestion is not a bad starting point but it's not simple, and it's something you can only learn by personal experience. But rippers who take the time to learn can create better quality by adjusting the settings depending on the source material eg. If you've watched nothing but retail Blu-Ray discs for the past year any rip will look poor. HD Rips may be larger than Blu Ray Rips or vice versa for a number of reasons: - higher resolution of the rip which is not related to the resolution of the source material - higher bit rates Whether you will be able to notice any difference will depend on you and what sort of movie it is, and what you're playing it back on.
They're generally fairly consistent release-to-release. Download some of those and, if you're happy, you know you will more than likely be happy whichever YIFY release you download. If you have more bandwidth avaiable and you want to try something else, download something a bit bigger and decide whether you, personally, like it and are happy to download files that size.Pirated movie release types are the different types of pirated movies that end up on the Internet.
They vary wildly in rarity and quality due to the different sources and methods used for acquiring the video content, in addition to encoding formats. Pirated movie releases may be derived from camswhich have distinctly low quality; screener and workprint discs or digital distribution copies DDCtelecine copies from analog reels, video on demand VOD or TV recordings, and DVD and Blu-Ray rips. Pirated movies are usually released in several formats and different versions as better sources become available.
The versions are usually encoded in the popular formats at the time of encoding. The sources for pirated copies have often changed with time in response to technology or anti-piracy measures. Cam releases were the early attempts at movie piracy which were implemented by recording the on-screen projection of a movie in a cinema.
This enabled groups to pirate movies which were in their theatrical period not released for personal entertainment. Alternative methods were sought, as these releases often suffered distinctly low quality and required undetected videotaping in movie theaters.
Beginning infeature films began to be released on the internet by warez groups prior to their theatrical release. A prime example was the release of American Pie. Although its authors only intended the software to be used for playback purposes, [ citation needed ] it also meant that one could decode the content perfectly for ripping ; combined with the DivX 3. The early DivX releases were mostly internal for group use, but once the codec spread, it became accepted as a standard and quickly became the most widely used format for the scene.
With help from associates who either worked for a movie theatermovie production company, or video rental company, groups were supplied with massive amounts of material, and new releases began appearing at a very fast pace. When version 4. Later, Xvid replaced DivX entirely. Although the DivX codec has evolved from version 4 to In Februarya consortium of popular piracy groups officially announced xthe free H. The move to H. MKV file name extension.
With the increasing popularity of online movie-streaming sites like Netflix, some movies are being ripped from such websites now and are being encoded in HEVC wrapped in Matroska containers. This codec allows a high-quality movie to be stored in a relatively smaller file size. Below is a table of pirated movie release types along with respective sources, ranging from the lowest quality to the highest.
Scene rules define in which format and way each release type is to be packaged and distributed. A Cam is a copy made in a cinema using a camcorder or mobile phone. The sound source is the camera microphone. Cam rips can quickly appear online after the first preview or premiere of the film. The quality ranges from subpar to adequate, depending on the group of persons performing the recording and the resolution of the camera used.
The main disadvantage of this is the sound quality. The microphone does not only record the sound from the movie, but also the background sound in the cinema. The camera can also record movements and audio of the audience in the theater, for instance, when someone stands up in front of the screen, or when the audience laughs at a funny moment in the movie.
A telesync TS is a bootleg recording of a film recorded in a movie theatersometimes filmed using a professional camera on a tripod in the projection booth. The main difference between a CAM and TS copy is that the audio of a TS is captured with a direct connection to the sound source often an FM microbroadcast provided for the hearing-impaired, or from a drive-in theater.
Often, a cam is mislabeled as a telesync. HDTS is used to label a High-definition video recording.
A Workprint is a copy made from an unfinished version of a film produced by the studio. Typically a workprint has missing effects and overlays, and differs from its theatrical release. Some workprints have a time index marker running in a corner or on the top edge; some may also include a watermark.
A workprint might be an uncut version, and missing some material that would appear in the final movie or including scenes later cut.There are a lot more qualities than those specified explicitly in Sonarr. Essentially we have 3 sources and 3 resolutions.
TV, Disk, Web. Would you add those 3 separately? Do you want HDTV separate too then? What about all BDRip variants out there? My recommendation would be to simply add webrip to your rejected keywords list. Taloththat makes sense. I get it. Thank you for explaining. I realize now thanks to your explanation that this is a challenging scenario.
For now I can just do it manually. I just download from iTunes and remove the DRM myself! So happy got the last version of Requiem before it disappeared from Tor.
The source for both is high quality, and the resulting encodes are generally of a comparable quality. Neither of these things are true for Webrips and Web-DLs. Being a screen capture of a stream, a Webrip has many more points of failure or degradation than a simple re-encode. In short, I think we should group releases of a comparable nature. This could also be used if we have a preferred release group.
This topic was automatically closed 3 days after the last reply. New replies are no longer allowed. Taloth March 6,pm 3.Now that streaming video-on-demand services like VUDU, Netflix, and iTunes offer movies at a p resolutionmany people have sounded the death knell for the Blu-ray high-definition disc format. I love streaming video-on-demand, and I use it all the time for casual movie watching and preschooler entertaining, but I would never give up my Blu-ray player.
Blu-ray still has better video quality Slowly but surely, streaming services are improving the quality of their video streams, with iTunesNetflix, CinemaNow, and VUDU all offering video-on-demand titles at a p resolution Amazon only offers p HDso we will not include their VOD services in this discussion. However, resolution is only part of the story. These services may offer the same resolution as Blu-ray, but they have to use a lot more compression to deliver the content over the Internet, and compression artifacts like banding and softness will hinder picture quality.
Content providers have a nice amount of storage space to work with on Blu-ray: A single-layer Blu-ray disc can hold 25 gigabytes of data, while a dual-layer disc can hold 50 GB. Blu-ray is capable of a maximum video bit rate of 40 Mbps. These factors mean that less compression is needed to deliver the content within the available specs.
DVDs generally offer, at best, from 6 to 8 Mbps. Of course, some Blu-ray movies look better than others, but that usually has more to do with the quality of the film transfer itself, not the format. Now consider the plight of video-on-demand services that need to use a lot of compression to keep file sizes and bit rates reasonably low. A p movie download on iTunes is generally under 5 or 6 GB a fraction of the size of a Blu-ray movie. For streaming services, the provider needs to compress the file enough to send it at a bit rate that's equal to or lower than your broadband speed.
Here in the United States, Internet speeds are all over the map, so these services, to some respect, have to aim for the lowest common denominator. Even Netflix's top-quality Super HD p service aims for a recommended target of just 7 Mbps for the best quality, 5 Mbps for good quality. VUDU recommends at least 4. These streaming providers will test your network speed before playback begins on a selected title and adjust the level of compression based on how fast your network is; the slower the network, the more compressed your video has to be to ensure uninterrupted playback.
Sometimes, you may have to wait a while to begin playback so that the service can get ahead of the curve, so to speak, to ensure high-quality playback without interruption. Even if your network speed is above the recommended standards, there may be instances during heavy traffic times when the speed falls, and thus so does video quality. You might even see the quality shift halfway through a film.
Quality may vary based on whether you use a wired or wireless connection. There's also the fact that, if you're streaming a lot of video and using too much data, some ISPs will throttle the speed to limit your usage, which again will hinder video quality.
The simple fact is, even though compression techniques are getting better and streaming companies are working hard to improve overall video quality, a lot of factors are currently beyond their control Blu-ray has much better audio quality. Picture isn't everything, either. Even when you are getting excellent video quality through a streaming service, you're not getting the uncompressed multichannel audio that you could get through Blu-ray. These higher-resolution formats allow for up to 7.
The audio soundtrack offered by a streaming service will depend on the service, the device it's playing through, and the movie you're watching; audio can often be limited to PCM stereo, or it might be Dolby Digital 5. At best, you'll get Dolby Digital Pluswhich offers slightly better sound quality than Dolby Digital and can give you up to 7.
If you love the DTS format, forget about it; it is rarely offered as an option for streaming services. Blu-ray offers more bonus content including, in many cases, a digital copy of the film.
Blu-ray discs are often loaded with bonus content -- such as making-of documentaries, commentary tracks, BD-Live interactive contentand games -- that you don't get when you purchase or rent a movie through a streaming VOD service. This is slowly starting to change: Services like iTunes and VUDU have started to offer some bonus content with certain movie purchases, but it doesn't apply to rentals, and it doesn't yet rival what you can get on the Blu-ray disc.
For those of you who like streaming because of the portability of digital movie files, one bonus feature that's often offered with Blu-ray movie discs is a digital copy of the movie for use on your portable devices, or you might get an UltraViolet code to add the movie to a "digital locker" to access through a streaming platform. So, for the price of the Blu-ray disc, you get the best of both worlds.
Blu-ray can be more accessible. Streaming-only services like Netflix rely on an Internet connection. If your home's Internet service goes down, you can't stream a movie. Blu-ray does not require high-speed Internet.Is the technology really that much better than DVD?
It's better than streaming, too, providing cleaner, crisper imaging, more room for movie "extras," and overall a much-improved movie-viewing experience. But Blu-ray is also toast. It's obsolete. Netflix, and other streaming services will bury it -- and within a few years, hardly anyone will remember that Blu-ray ever existed.
Mining Amazon's trove of secret customer data How do we know this? By examining what video consumers say about Blu-ray -- and comparing it with what they actually do. For data, we turn to Amazon. An obsessive-compulsive cruncher of numbers, Amazon keeps track of what its customers are buying in real time, and updates its findings constantly, for public review, in a set of pages exhibiting the "best sellers" on its website.
These pages are how I learned, for example, about the previously unknown television manufacturer that inbecame the vendor of the best-selling flat-screen television set in America. They're also how I discovered that Blu-ray is already on its way out. Blu-ray: By the numbers At first glance, Blu-ray actually looks to be holding up pretty well on Amazon.
Pirated movie release types
On the website's list of the "most wished for" movies and television series among its customers, Blu-ray versions of such hits as Despicable Me 2Man of Steeland The Hobbit occupy five of the top six slots. That sounds like good news for Blu-ray. At first glance, it appears that customers recognize the value in the better Blu-ray experience, and are prepared to pay up for the privilege of enjoying it -- but that's just at first glance.
Look closer, and the future appears less bright for Blu-ray. Remember that this is a list of movies that Amazon customers wish other people would buy for them. These customers are "playing with the house's money. But when it's the customers' own money on the line, how do they spend it? Cheapskates of the world unite! Rise up and throw away your Blu-rays! You guessed it: They don't pay up for quality at all. They economize. They pinch their pennies, hold their noses -- and buy lower-quality DVDs or video streams instead.
Turning from Amazon's list of "most wished for" to examine the movies people actually bought a. But Blu-ray? To find someone actually paying up for a physical Blu-ray disk, you need to go all the way down the list to item No.
Their marquee product, and the device they hoped would turn millions in investments into billions in profits, is already on its way out of style.
Sony, the biggest backer of Blu-ray on the planet, also owns the No. But if you read the device's description carefully, you can see why: In addition to playing the discs, this player is also equipped with Wi-Fi.
The moral of this story? Even folks who do buy Blu-Ray players seem to be planning ahead for the day when the technology is toast. At least when that happens, their BDP-Ss can keep on streaming. Updated: Oct 10, at PM. Published: Jan 4, at PM. Author Bio. Image source: Getty Images. Stock Advisor launched in February of They usually have a resolution of p or pand are encoded using the matroska.
BRrip is encoded from a Blu-ray release, which is in itself a ripped version. Thus, BRrip is a compressed version of an already ripped Blu-ray disc. A copy of the final released DVD. If possible this is released PRE retail for example, Star Wars episode 2 again, should be excellent quality. This is a movie or TV show downloaded via an on-line distribution website web downloadsuch as iTunes.
The quality is quite good since they are not re-encoded. The video H. In an effort to compete with movie piracy, the movie industry chose to create a new format for DVD releases that could be produced more quickly and less expensively than traditional DVD releases. R5 releases differ from normal releases in that they are usually a direct Telecine transfer of the film without any of the image processing common on DVD releases, and without any special features.
This allows the film to be released for sale at the same time that DVD Screeners are released. Since DVD Screeners are the chief source of high-quality pre-DVD release pirated movies, this allows the movie studios to beat the pirates to market.
Bootlegged copies of these releases are often distributed on the Internet via torrent sites. PPVRips are said to have come from Pay-Per-View sources, but what is interesting is that all these releases are brand new movies which have not yet been released to Screener or DVD but are available to view by Hotel customers.
A workprint is a copy of the film that has not been finished. It can be missing scenes, music, and quality can range from excellent to very poor. Some WPs are very different from the final print Men In Black is missing all the aliens, and has actors in their places and others can contain extra scenes Jay and Silent Bob. WPs can be nice additions to the collection once a good quality final has been obtained.
A cam is a theater rip usually done with a digital video camera. A mini tripod is sometimes used, but a lot of the time this wont be possible, so the camera make shake. Also seating placement isn't always idle, and it might be filmed from an angle. If cropped properly, this is hard to tell unless there's text on the screen, but a lot of times these are left with triangular borders on the top and bottom of the screen. Sound is taken from the onboard microphone of the camera, and especially in comedies, laughter can often be heard during the film.
Due to these factors picture and sound quality are usually quite poor, but sometimes we're lucky, and the theater will be fairly empty and a fairly clear signal will be heard. A telesync is the same spec as a CAM except it uses an external audio source most likely an audio jack in the chair for hard of hearing people.
A direct audio source does not ensure a good quality audio source, as a lot of background noise can interfere. A lot of the times a telesync is filmed in an empty cinema or from the projection booth with a professional camera, giving a better picture quality.
Quality ranges drastically, check the sample before downloading the full release. A high percentage of Telesyncs are CAMs that have been mislabeled. A telecine machine copies the film digitally from the reels. Sound and picture should be very good, but due to the equipment involved and cost telecines are fairly uncommon. Generally the film will be in correct aspect ratio, although telecines have existed. TC should not be confused with TimeCodewhich is a visible counter on screen throughout the film.
A pre VHS tape, sent to rental stores, and various other places for promotional use. The main draw back is a "ticker" a message that scrolls past at the bottom of the screen, with the copyright and anti-copy telephone number. Also, if the tape contains any serial numbers, or any other markings that could lead to the source of the tape, these will have to be blocked, usually with a black mark over the section. This is sometimes only for a few seconds, but unfortunately on some copies this will last for the entire film, and some can be quite big.
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