kozikowski wrote: Movie DVDs are highly compressed. When you try to unfold a movie into its parts, suddenly the movie reverts to its real size. Say a 90 minute movie, 24 frames per second (really 23.976fps) comes out to 129.6GB.
kozikowski wrote:That's the encoded Video Object, with usually four of them making up the actual movie (given no funny business protection) with the rest of the 8GB taken up with director comments and coming attractions. However, you still can't "just" decode the audio streams. You have to render the video portion first and then demux it. That's why it suddenly takes a million years to do if you try to demux an entire quarter of the movie. Even if it does it MPEG2 block by block, the work and the video streams have to go somewhere, and it can take a long time.
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