The Video Bit Rate on these samples might appear really high.
They were indeed taken from my 700mb compressed sources.
From what I've read online and been told by others is that the program that
I use to make them tends to label the sample at a higher Video Bit Rate.
They are taken directly from my 700mb files.
(Hope that helps people understand a bit better)
But the main focus is the Audio in these samples.
(granted I think the Video looks really good as well)
If you have a CD-RW(Rewritable) then perhaps you could put these samples on one.
I reckon it'll work with DVD-RW as well.
I only burn as DATA, so I have no idea what Converting to DvD-Format does to them.
Then play them for yourselves and others, but don't tell then what they are viewing.
Just ask them what they think.
Hopefully, they'll say it looks and sounds good.
Then you can tell them what they actually watched.
In my tests the main difference is a minor adjustment in Master Volume.
(the most was about a 3 raise in setting) Which loosely amounts to:
If your TV Volume ranges from 1-60 and your normal listening volume is 15 then
you'd have to raise it to 17-18. Of course this varies depending on your setup.
(Note) The tests that I ran were performed on Televisons, not computer speakers.
I cannot vouch for what these samples sound like on various computer speaker systems.