[QUOTE=imkidd57;2015754][B][I]@camellote: [/I][/B]We do not tolerate insulting remarks like that. If you disagree with another members advice or point of view, please confine your post to the subject and at least explain why. [/QUOTE]
The OP is asking about compression vs. non-compression, NOT about 50-inch displays, upscaling, etc.
The point is: it depends on the movie, since DVD video is already compressed (to comply with mpg2 settings). Some older DVDs, (from 1998-2000) look like sh!t in an HDTV but look fine in a CRT, and they happen to be in SL disks.
Another point is how big is the movie you’re compressing, are you compressing a 7.5 GB movie or a 5GB movie?
And another point is the program you’re using: Rebuilder, DVDShrink, Recode, etc.
Now if I wanted to increase my post count I would have given an irrelevant answer, like LOL, yeah yeah, Great! or I could have said that if you take the movie and you use a 30 foot display you’ll see the effect of the compression, but that’s not the point.
The point is that it depends on the movie and the programs you’re using.
It’s great that you’re monitoring the posts but it would be greater if you warn people who spread misinformation.