From now on i'll probably always use +/-2200MB filesize for 720p resolution games. That way
you can burn 2 games onto a single DVD (DVD5).
The source file was 1080i, so i had to de-interlace it and also resize it. This does result
in some slight quality loss, but it still looks very nice. Also with the bitrate and settings
i used there wont be any serious 'blockiness' at all, so any noticable blocking was already
in the HDTV source file. Complain to ABC/ESPN for that. :)
If you can't play these MP4/x264/AAC files you can either install VLCplayer or if you
for instance have a HTPC running Windows Media Center Edition you can install the
decoder pack so you can watch these files (and MKV files) using Windows MCE (or windows
media player for that matter).
Container: MPEG-4 (MP4)
Video specs: 1280x720 @ 29.97FPS
Video compressor: x264 @ 2730Kbit 2-Pass
Audio specs: 48Khz Stereo
Audio compressor: WinAMP HE-AAC with PNS @ 45Kbit
Big thanks to all the guys capturing NBA games and putting them online for us, you guys rock! :)