The "BiCubic" filter gave us the best video quality in our tests.
Selecting the right portion of the image using the detail window.
As most films available on DVD are in broadband (cinema) format, a fine adjustment of the resolution is advisable. In concrete terms, this means that only the areas containing image information are actually coded. Otherwise the black edges (which are required as part of the 16:9 format) get coded in the MPEG-4 format as well, so that in the worst possible case, the data stream increases by up to 15 percent. Filtering is a topic that deserves its own chapter. According to our findings, "BiCubic" produces the best results with Flask 4.1.
The converted video is saved in this directory on the hard drive.
- The New Flask 4.1/DivX 4.01 Codec, Continued
- Source: DVD Film Or MPEG-2 Video
- Source: DVD Film Or MPEG-2 Video, Continued
- Concentrated PC Power Needed!
- Data Press: 735 MB For 65 Minutes Of Video
- A Tough Choice: DivX 3.20a Codec Still Better Than DivX 4.01 Codec
- A Tough Choice: DivX 3.20a Codec Still Better Than DivX 4.01 Codec, Continued
- Fine Adjustments: Resolution, Detail And Filter
- Format Ratio: 16:9 Or 4:3
- Post-Processing: Brightness And Volume
- Summary: DivX 4.01 Codec Not Yet Perfect - Flask 4.1 Is The Best Version