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CAM - This type of VCD was recorded by someone in a cinema with a camcorder.

The picture quality and sound varies from OK to poor.


Telesync (TS) - Also recorded in a cinema but usually with a high-end camera
and a separate audio source; These are generally decent to good quality.
Telecine (TC) - Done a number of ways, all from taking directly from the reel.
Ripped in either widescreen (letterbox) or in full-screen (pan and scan) with
excellent audio and video. The most common way is to get a device that you
attach to the reel that generates a VHS tape of the reel. (called a telecine
machine, but there are other machines that generate a digital output of both
audio and video that are then put into a VCR, laptop or pc, and made into a
VCD).
Screener - A Screener is usually recorded from a promotional video tape or DVD
which is sent to censors and film critics etc.. The quality is usually as good as a
commercial product, some times a copyright message appears on the screen.
Work-Print - Each frame of the film is copied from celluloid (or another source),
these are sometimes incomplete movies. The sound is usually perfect and the
visual quality can vary.
LD/DVDRip - VCDs with this on the cover are ripped from DVD or Laserdisc
versions of the film and the quality is as good as genuine VCDs.

CAM......................................... copy made in a cinema using a camcorder or mobile


phone.
TELESYNC...................... copy shot in an empty cinema or from the projection booth with
professional camera on a tripod
workprint .................. copy made from an unfinished version of a film produced by the
studio
Telecine ....................... copy captured from a film print using a machine that transfers
movies from analog reel to digital format.
PPV-PPVRIP(PAY PER VIEW RIP)................ copy that comes from pay per view sources.
Screener .................. Theses are early DVD releases sent to movie reviewers, Academy
members and executives for review purposes
DIGITAL ........ same as a screener, but sent digitally to companies instead of postal system.
Makes distribution cheaper.
R5 ................... is a retail DVD from region 5. Region 5 is the Indian subcontinent , Africa,
korea, Russia and Mongolia
OTHER REGIONS ARE:
R0 No Region Coding
R1 United States of America, Canada
R2 Europe, including Turkey, Egypt, Arabia, Japan, Israel and South Africa
R3 Korea, Thailand, Vietnam, Borneo and Indonesia
R4 Australia and New Zealand, Mexico, the Caribbean, and South America
R5 India, Africa (except Egypt, South Africa, Swaziland, and Lesotho), Russia and former
USSR countries
R6 Peoples Republic of China
R7 Reserved for future use, MPAA-related DVDs and "media copies" of pre-releases in Asia
R8 Airlines/Cruise Ships

R9 Expansion (often used as region free)


R1 and R2 are considered the best quality.
DVD-RIP ................ FINAL RETAIL VERSION OF A FILM , typically released before its
available outside its region
DVD-R .............. FINAL RETAIL VERSION IN DVD FORMAT from original DVD
HDTV ................ calpture source from analog capture card , Digital satellite rip
VODRIP ............. video on demand rip.
WEB RIP .................. downloaded via an on-line distribution website like amazon or itunes.
BRrip BDrip ...... Both same quality ... movies ripped from BLURAY dvd directly.