1. 1000watt

    1000watt Banned Banned

    Feb 22, 2012
    I still could not find what the differences are ? If you an expert
    please enlighten me. :sun:
  2. george101

    george101 New Member Member

    Oct 30, 2009
    Difference Between BDrip and BRrip

    • BDrip and BRrip are two recent additions to pirated movie formats.

    • BDrip is a movie ripped directly from a Blu-ray disc

    • BRrip is encoded from a Blu-ray release, which is in itself a ripped version. Thus, BRrip is a compressed version of an already ripped Blu-ray disc.

    • If the source has any technical problems, such as aspect ratio, it will show up even in the ripped version.

  3. 1000watt

    1000watt Banned Banned

    Feb 22, 2012
    if so Bdrip is better quality then brrip ? Am I correct ?
    Thanks very much for short and great explanation.
  4. Lock Down

    Lock Down New Member Member

    Feb 21, 2010
    Not too long ago a couple of new formats hit the scene. Both formats are Blu-Ray rips but vary in their sources.
    BDRip / BRRip vs DVD5 / DVD9
    The standard retail DVD uses a resolution of 720×480 (NTSC) or 720×576 (PAL), but you will see that Blu-Ray rips (in these XviD *.avi files, and otherwise) offer better video quality than DVD5 or DVD9 disks, even on an HDTV. This is because the source for BRRips and BDRips (obviously being a Blu-Ray disk), is in full 1080p resolution. When done correctly by employing the proper filtering techniques, much of the HQ detail can be retained even in a smaller resolution.

    Below is a comparison of screenshots from D-ZON3’s BRRip and DEViSE’s DVDRip (x264):

    As you can see from the two screenshots above, the BRRip is clearly far more detailed compared to the DVDRip.
  5. 1000watt

    1000watt Banned Banned

    Feb 22, 2012
    Thanks very much for both of you.
  6. george101

    george101 New Member Member

    Oct 30, 2009
    Who is talking about DVDRip here? :S

    The person/group responsible for the rip is seemingly more important to the end-product quality.

    Also compare resolution / bitrate to find the best quality one.
  7. BuXee

    BuXee New Member Member

    May 25, 2011
    This is right!
    Not Exactly! But Yes. xD

    What I mean here is. If the BitRate and Resolution of both BDRip and BRRip is same, then BDRip would be very slightly better.
    Any changes to these will obviously cause the difference.

    720p BRRip would obviously be better than 480p BDRip

    It also depends on the Encoder. :)
  8. Lock Down

    Lock Down New Member Member

    Feb 21, 2010
    If anything is compressed quality is lost even if not noticable to the human eye...

    And you are welcome...

    What a moron!!! It is just a statement....
    Last edited: Apr 2, 2012
  9. Breaking Bad

    Breaking Bad Banned Banned

    Sep 18, 2011
    just download both and find the difference for yourself or contact my buddy google , and happy troll day
  10. gonwk

    gonwk New Member Member

    Nov 10, 2011
    Hey there everyone,

    I just had to post and let you folks know, I had goo...gled my fingers off and I have seen many of posts on this Q BDRip vs BRRip ... and this Thread is the only one that Answered for me ...



    PS - If I am a Registered Member what is the "Deal" with Multiple Captcha ... just to post a Reply! 8-) :facepalm: :sun:
  11. SkyDiver

    SkyDiver New Member Member

    Apr 15, 2012
    You are still on "Probation" - You need 2 posts and to be a member over 48hrs (which you are)
  12. Tennouji

    Tennouji Active Member Member

    Mar 1, 2012
    In our niche (anime) we usually call/label our encodes from a BDMV, or to be precise, the lossless streams as BDrip or BD, which is ideally/practically put into the mkv container.

    On the other hand, we never use the term BRrip when we encode from an already encoded mkv file of a Blu-ray release (usually the re-encoded raws yet to be subbed), we call the videos from these as re-encodes.

    IDK if that helps though, since it seemed that it's like a different definition from what others posted.
  13. Djlatino

    Djlatino New Member Member

    Aug 20, 2010
    Old thread is old.
  14. gonwk

    gonwk New Member Member

    Nov 10, 2011

    Hi SkyDiver

    Thanks for the Tip ... appreciate it.:sun:

    I guess this will make it my 2nd Post :D I hope this counts.

    G! :)
  15. Amz

    Amz New Member Member

    Mar 13, 2010
    In simplest terms...
    BDRip = Directly ripped from a Bluray Disc and uploaded as is.
    BRRip = Re-encoded BDRip with enhancement(s) in size, resolution, etc.
  16. AlexXxuTzZu

    AlexXxuTzZu New Member Member

    Jan 10, 2010
    What about the HDRIP ?! Is it similar to BRRIP ? Someone can explain ? Thanks
  17. Drinkordie

    Drinkordie New Member Member

    Jun 21, 2010
    @AlexXxuTzZu HDrip is captured from an HD source but its not allways HD quality in its final format ; )

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