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Old 6 Sep 2004, 09:49 PM   #1
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Default SVCD vs WMK Debating

I want to know which is better in terms of quality, who has the lowest file size, and how compatible is it for editing, playing in consoles, quality of audio, if is even a standard etc.

I have a friend that constantly tell me that the way to go is for WMK because it has low space requirements and the quality is ok, I say that is an uncompatible codec and can't be that simple to do, after all I have to go through like 12 programs to get the quality of SVCD, besides I say there is no dvd player for that, he said there is one coming out that will support it, I said well that's not fair for the quality industry, that sort of things are like wmv and those streaming mediocre quality media that just focus on getting the job done and not on the finest quality possible, I say well if you ever got a problem using wmk don't even think to ask me anything cuz that's not the way to go for me. What do you think?
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