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Cropping mkv files w/o quality loss


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#1 theapplefuture

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Posted 20 March 2018 - 06:10 PM

Hello Everybody,

 

I wanted to change the video resolution of an old video from 1080x720 to 1076x716 but without any quality loss.

So I made a research and found out that this isn’t possible.

 

With HandBrake I put the video in, set all information as the original (bitrate, container, etc.) but cropped 2 pixels on each side.

 

So my question is, does the video has (nearly) the same quality as the original ?

I mean of course the quality is a bit different because the video will be „upscaled“ and so but my question is are there any differences due to the video convert process ?

 

Thank you



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