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post #7481 of 9067 (permalink) Old 02-19-2016, 10:27 AM
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What's the difference with a blu-ray burner? Is there any type of DVDs that will hold an entire event? A full event at lower quality is like 4ish GB and I imagine it runs a few hours.

Yep. These days 'happy hardcore' sounds like acid in my ears but back in the day, you couldn't beat a bit of bonkers.
Of course blank blu-ray disks store 25gb, but you can get dual layer disks that store 50GB and so on.
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post #7482 of 9067 (permalink) Old 02-19-2016, 03:05 PM
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I wish MMA organisations would all get together and make an agreement with each other. Why the fk do I have to sit here and decide whether I want to watch RFA, Victory, Bellator or the boxing? Same tomorrow as well.

On the plus side, I just found out BoxNation are showing M1 Challenge. When did that start? Time to give my support to the honourable and respectable Schlemenko.

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Here's something hilariously ridiculous.

In Texas, the gi is still legal to wear in an MMA fight.






Guess where Bellator is tonight.

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Heated debate. Good Watch.

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post #7485 of 9067 (permalink) Old 02-20-2016, 06:26 PM
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I just realized the little girl from Panic Room is the Kristin Stewart.

This reminds me of when the little girl from Waterworld was Deb from Napoleon Dynamite.

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Contemplating whether or not to buy SFV. I hate that it's so shallow, but I really want to get my chun-li on.
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After a hellish weekend I'm back at work chilling with a coffee.
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LMAO.

If this wasn't a piss take I'd be entitled to claim for millions.



And before anyone asks... I was not born between 1910-1974! But I am actually old enough to remember corporal punishment.
@Soojooko Bet you've had a few of these mate.

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Converting to a more compressed video format can reduce file sizes.

I usually just rip streaming video files from mma-core, mmashare or someplace else if I want to save something. The Ronda vs Holly fight I got from mmashare is only like 50 MB.

I have DVD rips of 2 hr movies that are 300-500 MB. Not sure if I'm sacrificing visual and audio quality, compression is like the difference between a .jpg and .bmp or .wav versus .mp3/.aac and normal file sizes versus compressed file formats like .zip. The files should already be compressed but I have seen a lot of files on the internet that looked to be deliberately bloated for unknown reasons.


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Converting to a more compressed video format can reduce file sizes.

I usually just rip streaming video files from mma-core, mmashare or someplace else if I want to save something. The Ronda vs Holly fight I got from mmashare is only like 50 MB.

I have DVD rips of 2 hr movies that are 300-500 MB. Not sure if I'm sacrificing visual and audio quality, compression is like the difference between a .jpg and .bmp or .wav versus .mp3/.aac and normal file sizes versus compressed file formats like .zip. The files should already be compressed but I have seen a lot of files on the internet that looked to be deliberately bloated for unknown reasons.
File size isn't too bad as it is. I always go for the lowest, which is usually like 500mb for early prelims, 1gb for prelims and 1-2gb for main card. Sometimes the last two are reversed. Not too bad. For discs, the time of the cards alone is a bit too much.

I download videos the same way you do if I cant find them as a download first. I'm gutted that the UFC has some complex player that doesn't work in a flash download. Some day I should torrent some screen capture software.

Got all my Pride through now. Still downloading 2011 Part 1 and I have a lot of random Legacy, RFA and Bellators downloaded.

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