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Guest AntiLopa

What kind of movie quality you primarily watching?

What kind of movie quality you primarily watching?  

21 members have voted

  1. 1. What kind of movie quality you primarily watching?

    • Anything that is watchable - TS, SCREENER etc..
      1
    • R5
      0
    • DVDRip
      3
    • 720p - Low (3Mbps~ , AC3)
      5
    • 720p - High (6Mbps~, DTS)
      8
    • 1080p - Low (7Mbps~)
      1
    • 1080p - High (20Mbps~)
      0
    • Bluray
      3


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Guest AntiLopa

Vote and tell us all why.. Plus what is your screen size..

Will be interesting to see the results.. =]

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Guest Burden

I watch 720p because it's good and i can run it on my laptop with no problems

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Guest ansem

i watch bluray

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Guest Vandon98

720p and 1080p using my 32 in LCD TV

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Guest sipomisery

watching 480p since im using my laptop, the picture is perfect

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Guest intothewest

720p mostly

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Guest Liquid Orion

Used to watch a 720p movie at first because of many seeders on such torrents, and if I liked that, I may try to download a Bluray copy of it :)

P. S. The screen size is 1680x1050 px

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Guest keshava

DVDRIP basically XVID format of 1.4 GB size movie.

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Guest mariolo

720 or 1080 low for me (AAC)

5.1 isn't a concern as I run my HTPC on beautiful 2 channel sound

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Guest asdf1234

watch not often

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Guest Evilblade

1080p................

1080p................

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Guest oreoboi

720p mostly, and if i really like the movie then blu ray.

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Guest qarman

Mostly 480p and DVDrip.

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Guest igoylytes

watched mostly m720p ... but m1080p also if anyone encodes in that resolution ....

My screen is 32" ... imo it's enough for me :D

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Guest Candyman69

720p - good balance between size & quality (IMHO)

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Guest Xanau

Most DVDRip, and also in 480p.

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I watch all those formats. Depends on the source material. 720p for TV & best available for film. Panasonic Plasma. IMHO, often a 6mbps 720p file looks better than a 7mbps 1080p file. I try fir surround but much of my film viewing is at night with headphones on.

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