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Well, MPEG2 is what dvd's use, so that would be the best quality overall, but to get that type of quality, the file would have to be the same size of a dvd movie (4.5 - 8GB), and the exact same settings would have to be used. You wouldn't be able to get the same quality if you used MPEG2 and changed the bit rate or something.

The substitute for dvd quality would be a very well encoded .AVI file. You will lose minimal quality, but the file size would be small enough to fit on a standard 700MB CD-R. Xvid or Divx would be the best choice for .AVI files.

SVCD's VCD's are ok, but the quality is not that good. Those formats are a poor substitutes for dvd. I don't recommend encoding in that format at all.

I choose .AVI as the best format.

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