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For Gen 2006 Turkish XviD

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Title................: Gen
Year.................: 2006
Imdb.................: http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0782042/
Moviemeter...........: http://www.moviemeter.nl/film/36638/
Genre................: Thriller
Language.............: Turkish
Subtitle.............: None
Resolution...........: 560 * 304 Pixels
Aspectratio..........: 16:9
Framerate............: 25.000 FPS
Video codec..........: XviD
Audio codec..........: MP3
Audio channels.......: 2 * 48 KHz (2.0 DD)
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Murder in Sanitarium. Haldun Boysan, Cemil Büyükdögerli, Volkan
Cal, Levent Can, Melisa Dogu, Sahan Gökbakar, Mahmut Gökgöz,
Mutlu Güney, Zeliha Güney, Renan Kaleli, Ali Köroglu, Aysun
Metiner, Levent Öktem, Yurdaer Okur, Doga Rutkay, Sena Taskapilioglu,
Mürsel Yaylali, Sefa Zengin.
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CD...................: 1
Rars.................: 48 (15MB)
Filename.............: Gen.avi
Filesize.............: 731.250.688 (CDR 700MB)
Runtime..............: 1:38:08
Quality..............: 48%
Video bitrate........: 865 Kbps
Audio bitrate........: 127 Kbps
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Quality is based on the following formula (the sum of):
20% video framerate  (Min = 20 fps,   Max = 30 fps)
30% video resolution (Min = 160*120,  Max = 640*480)
30% video bitrate    (Min = 500 Kbps, Max = 2000 Kbps)
20% audio bitrate    (Min = 96 Kbps,  Max = 192 Kbps)
Data out of bound is forced to the lower or higher value accordingly.
In general this means 25%=VCD/VHS, 50%=SVCD, 75%=DVD.
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