What steaming services do you use /tv/?
I tried Genesis on Kodi but it doesn't give me 1080p reliably.
I use µtorrent to download YIFY movies and read them on VLC at speed x3 on 1/4 of my Alienware laptop screen while I browse reddit and /tv/ listening to the movie and a Pink Floyd album, eating Doritos.
>doesn't give me 1080p reliably
God dammit /tv/ there's always one of you plebs crawling out of the woodwork,
Resolution != quality, in fact, resolution without adequate bitrate can significantly reduce percieved quality.
I get what you mean, in layman's term, size does not equal crispiness. Resolution, bitrate, and codec are separate.
But in general, the higher the resolution, the higher the bitrate. Standard resolution are usually 1,000 Kbps.
720p movies are usually 2500 Kbps
1080p movies are usually 4000 Kbps
If you notice, YIFY's 1080p's has a higher bitrate than their 720p's.
I think it's you who's retarded.
What's wrong with what I said? I said the exact same thing as anon >>64585686
which is, Resolution != quality
Size (resolution) != quality (bitrate or crispiness)
You also said
>But in general, the higher the resolution, the higher the bitrate. Standard resolution are usually 1,000 Kbps.
>720p movies are usually 2500 Kbps
>1080p movies are usually 4000 Kbps
C R I S P I N E S S
D E S I G N A T E D C R I S P I N E S S
Yes, that's what I have observed. I know that
>bitrate (1000 Kbps, 2500 Kbps)
>resolution (450p, 720p, 1080p)
>codec (XviD, x264)
>container (.avi, .mp4, .mkv)
are four separate things that you can mix and match.
And I know that you can make a 1080p movie with a 500 Kbps bitrate, but rippers (people) usually increase their bitrate along with the resolution, because people aren't retarded.
As I have observed, YIFY,s 720p has 2K Kbps, and their 1080p has around 4K Kbps. And other ripper groups follow the same pattern.
ah yes, how could I forget, the ripper group.
>mix and match.
>people aren't retarded.
you've got to be FUCKING joking cunt
here we can see, he is in-fact, correct.
>And other ripper groups follow the same pattern
yeah just look at this mad 4K kbps bitrate