Discussion in 'Entertainment' started by Schecter1277, Jan 19, 2008.
the epic war, choose your format
damn its a tie
i demand OGM!!!
nah really mkv is my favorite, multi tacks in one shell > avi
i voted mkv mainly cuz all the hd ones are always mkv.
Am I the only one who likes hard subs?
avi for turning it into a PSP format
mkv for home watching
That's 2 for avi, but it's kira, so I'm not so sure about that...
fuck that noise, as kira said its convenient for converting to portabale formats, but most of my viewing is done on the PC.
nothing quite beats two layers of text running over each other. Who needs to know what characters are saying.
mkv as it's easily the superior container
well our AVI's get downloaded a fuck ton more than our MKV releases
Well I have a computer that can handle it and my monitor is a 32" 720p HDTV so def mkv.
lately I've been having problems with mkv's... AVI or OGM plz
that's just OT
also people too ignorant to play .mkvs
It doesn't take a lot of mental prowess to play an mkv, I just like my subs to look fancy.
Not very pronounced in this anime, but in some there is a GREAT deal of difference. In which the fonts are different colors to match the characters, and mkv tends to have problem with the font, which is fixable, but a hassel that could be avoided in the first place.
Kind of like why buy an engine and a car when you can get the same car with the engine already installed for the same price?
I also love it when the line is too long by a word, so in a long conversation you get this.
"I went to the store to get some groceries, that's where I met
He was the clerk and he handed me an onion, but it had little green
are you using cccp? i've never had a problem with the subs on mkv. they should appear the same as if the group released them hard subbed
i have never had any issues at all with mkv's layering subs on top of each other or anything like that.
zoom player with mkv you never have that problem. sometimes my mkv subs look bad on vlc even with cccp
VLC an CCCP make mkv look shithouse
zPlayer is ok but i prefer avi coz MKV wont play on my ancient mac laptop i use to watch anime in bed lol ;D
plus, visually, there isnt a difference i can see, plus, who needs dual audio?
I prefer MKV, but sometimes my computer hates a groups mkv releases, so I go avi in those cases.
Also, I prefer hard subs
I prefer hardsubs, but with .mkv I tend to find higher resolutions and it's nice when you can get dual audio. Sometimes with .avi's I get weird rainbow ghosting effects.
Overall, I prefer .mkv.