Kionon wrote:I am not entirely sure what you don't understand about lossless. Do you not understand how to produce it? Do you not understand why it is necessary? Do you not understand the difference between lossy and lossless? I understand you are working with TV rips of a currently airing show, and this is the only reason why I am willing to help you with anything in an MKV format. It's not a method I normally support.
Lossy vs. Lossless compression
You will often hear the terms "lossy" and "lossless" compression. A lossless compression algorithm discards no information. It looks for more efficient ways to represent an image, while making no compromises in accuracy. In contrast, lossy algorithms accept some degradation in the image in order to achieve smaller file size.
A lossless algorithm might, for example, look for a recurring pattern in the file, and replace each occurrence with a short abbreviation, thereby cutting the file size. In contrast, a lossy algorithm might store color information at a lower resolution than the image itself, since the eye is not so sensitive to changes in color of a small distance.
Kionon wrote:Working from MKVs usually implies one has not purchased the source, although not always.
sportsgirl1391 wrote:I paid a dollar for each episode. So yeah and it just came out as mkv.
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