What I want "Real WMV", 148.50 mhz sample-rate, 1920 X 1080 progressive scan image, lowest-possible

Discussion in 'Amateur Video Production' started by Radium, Nov 11, 2006.

  1. Radium

    Radium Guest


    Let me explain why I want "Real WMV", 148.50 mhz sample-rate, 1920 X
    1080 progressive scan image, with an "object data" whose bit-rate is
    the minimum possible. I like the audio artifacts associated with a
    monoaural WMA audio file whose sample-rate is at least 44.1 khz [and
    whose audio had the same sample-rate when uncompressed* as after
    compression] but whose bit-rate is low enough to cause audible
    artifacts. I would like to see the video-equivalent of these artifacts.
    That is why I am so interested in this.

    Lets say I have "Real WMV" file with a 148.50 mhz sample-rate and 1920
    X 1080 progressive scan image. How much would I have to compress the
    color-depth to see the video-equivalent of WMA audio artifacts? How
    would the artifacts look like.

    *The uncompressed version of the video should be have the same
    sample-rate [at least 148.50 mhz] and same image-resolution [at least
    1920 X 1080 progressive scan (I don't want interlacing)]. However, the
    uncompressed form of the video should have a color-depth of at least
    32-bit. I dislike visual artifacts of uncompressed video caused by
    insufficient color-depth, sample-rate or image-resolution -- much like
    I dislike audio artifacts of uncompressed audio caused by insufficient
    bit-resolution or sample-rate.

    I still dislike all forms of compression excluding WMA [for audio] and
    *real *WMV [for video].


    Radium, Nov 11, 2006
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  2. Again, this is something which you can find out yourself with some footage
    and an encoder. Do you expect _us_ to do that for you? I can do it, but it
    will cost you. So you either pay me, or somebody else to do this for you,
    or you try yourself, in your own time, in your own money.

    Martin Heffels, Nov 11, 2006
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    Bob Myers Guest

    Since "compress the color depth" is a completely meaningless
    phrase, no one can answer the question. You compress video data
    in a number of ways - none of which simply isolate one randomly-chosen
    parameter and then attempt to "compress" it.

    Bob M.
    Bob Myers, Nov 12, 2006
  4. "Bob Myers" wrote ...

    Over in the audio newsgroup, he is a big fan of squashing
    all his stereo recordings to monaural. This individual is
    cerainly at least 3-sigma from norm, maybe 4.

    Further "discussion" seems pointless as he seems impervious
    to learning anything despite his stated objective of collecting
    the "wisdom of the experts".
    Richard Crowley, Nov 12, 2006
  5. Radium

    Jim Leonard Guest

    The method of compression used in WMA files is completely different
    than that used for WMV files, and furthermore is not applicable to
    video data. So no such comparison can be made.

    The closest equivalent, if it will stop this trolling, is that of
    H.263. You know what those artifacts look like, so you know what WMVs
    made with WMA compression would look like if it were magically

    So now you know: Can you please stop this idiocy now?
    Jim Leonard, Nov 13, 2006
  6. Radium

    Radium Guest

    I've known that for a long time. That is why, in thread I use the term
    "Real WMV" not just "WMV".

    By "Real WMV", I am referring to is the exact video-equivalent of WMA.
    Sadly for me, this real-WMV does not exist and will not exist unless I
    make it myself -- which is a task that I have inadequate time, money,
    patience, and energy for.
    Radium, Nov 13, 2006
  7. Radium

    Radium Guest

    My apologies.

    I forgot to read your entire message before posting this.
    Radium, Nov 13, 2006
  8. Radium

    Bob Myers Guest

    Which is a totally nonsensical notion, for reasons that apparently
    you have no interest in learning.

    Bob M.
    Bob Myers, Nov 13, 2006
  9. Geez, Richard, you forgot to mention in which direction! How could you?
    Now I'm forced to guess.
    Gene E. Bloch, Nov 13, 2006
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