[QUOTE=UTR;2745043]I don’t think this is the case because the higher video resolutions bring new codecs and streaming demands that mitigate the issues of duplication, downloading etc. The new H.265 codec is proving to be very impressive for reducing file sizes while keeping the quality high. I have seen excellent 1080p video from 1gb sized files using this codec. Heck, I have seen decent quality from 500mb files! Plus, this codec will be incorporated in the hardware soon and this will be a big boon to performance regarding its use.
Surely, u must be talking about very short 1080p clips of proximately 20 - 35 min=small then
And MORE IMPORTANT, those rips are usually made from â†’ [B]A VERY CLEAN SOURCE[/B] â† to begin whit !!
And then there’s those black borders that reduce filesize significantly too… And by doing that improves the redistribution of bits in the most needed areas.;
Many factors to consider to get such an small file size thoug !!
But actually, i wosnt talking about Single .mkv/ x264 files … But rather about whole Bluray disc structure with extra’s/menu’s and wwhat not.
That said, [B]I DON’T THINK U’LL BE ABLE TO FIT ALL THAT IN ONE GB SMALL FILE/CONTAINER WITHOUT SACRIFICING QUALITY… ALLLOOT [/B]
About the promising H265 codec !!
Whitout going into detail, H265 is far from done and no subsitute for H264 at the moment !! On the contrary!!
Currently, H265 doesn’t do a better job then H264 inlike reducing the filesize while maintaining the quality !!
Have done several tests in Vidcoder / handbrake myself to come to that conclusion .
then there’s the fact many stand alones today , dont fully support H265. So, thats another compatibility issue that might rise soon or later during playback of homemade or commercial Bluray discs for that matter!!