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Old November 18th, 2005, 11:16 AM   #31
Join Date: Jul 2005
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Originally Posted by Tim Dashwood
Looks nice Tim, but I don't think it can author the same format as HVD.

I tried to post a jpg of the directory structure, but don't have permission to upload images.

Anyway it includes an HVD-TS folder that contains the raw .mpg files, 4 x .idx files, with matching .ctr files, a .dat file, a file just labelled Menu with no extension and .ifo files which you can't open in IFOEDIT. folder. It works like a standard DVD but only in an HVD player. Video is encoded at 960x720 @ roughly 12.5Mb/s including MPEG audio.

MAde by a company called Amlogic - website here:
And the HVD website - unfortunately only in Chinese is here:

I'm not sure what the codec is (but probably mPEG4) but I can't play the files successfully in WMP, PDVD, QT or VLC.... yet
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