[QUOTE=zaina;2108902]You mentioned “compress” so the original is still encoded to a lower quality. Quality is relative to each human eyes and system setup so I wonder how it will look if the video is blown up to a big HDTV ie 65", 100" and up.[/QUOTE]
I can’t comment on huge screens as that hasn’t been discussed and I’d already stated that quality is subjective so I’m not quite sure what you’re aiming at.
Compression isn’t always associated with loss of quality and Jdobbs theory on this is that the original discs are very inefficiently compressed and the increased efficiency of the h.264 codec is enough on it’s own to compress to DVD sizes.
All of this is in the thread though as advised earlier.
The instructions there are pretty specific too and detail exactly what you need to carry out the same tests, so if you’re unhappy to rely on the reported results then it would be easy trying it out yourself to see.