Comparison of the files ripped from DVD & RMVB

 

Comparison between DVD Rip and RMVB grows everyday because they are all very popular video formats on the internet nowadays. Strictly speaking, each of them has its own advantages and disadvantages. DVD Rip has brought us high-definition video enjoyment, and also offers original video source for RMVB compression with excellent quality. While the biggest advantage of RMVB is maintaining the definition of the video to an extent with a considerably small volume.

If DVD Rip is regarded as the compression of DVD, then RMVB is a second compression. Generally speaking, RMVB mainly lowers audio effects, and displays the relatively static images with comparatively fewer pictures within per unit time. This, to an extent, compresses DVD Rip to a smaller volume. As a result, it necessarily reduces the quality of the sound and images of the video to a certain degree. In addition, since DVD Rip has the flexibility to choose subtitles, it reveals great advantages in terms of providing new movies. In addition, since DVD Rip has the flexibility to choose subtitles, it reveals great advantages in terms of providing new movies. Since RMVB consolidates subtitles into the video, blindly compression of the file is of little use. The compressed RMVB with Direct use of uncorrected subtitles is without value. Although external subtitles can be added to RMVB, the effect is not very good. So RMVB is only valuable in saving classic movies with carefully adjusted subtitles.

In all, DVD Rip has volume sources, rich colors, strong sense of gradation, multiple sound effect (MP3, AC3, DTS), and optional subtitles. It should be preferred by people pursuing high-quality image and sound. While RMVB is compact, only omitting a small amount of details and some unnecessary high-quality audio. Compared with DVD Rip in the size of 700 MB with one CD, RMVB is usually half of its size or less. The overall quality of the video is acceptable. It is the favorable choice of people with low bandwidth and small hard drive and those who are fond of saving classic movies.