Yeah i know what you mean as far as whats best to make a video, i.e if you was ripping a DVD.
I was just saying that because the Dingoo does not support 32bit colour and only has a 320X240 Screen, videos you could play a Video at 640X and a re-encoded version at 320X and on the Dingoo you dont notice the difference really.
The only difference is when you change the video bitrate, which i do purely because on such a small screen a video with 900 VBR vs one with 300VBR is not that far off, compared to the saving in file size.
So i only use Handbrake purely to quickly change videos to a smaller screen size/bitrate so as to save 50% or more on the file size. I also find it good to use for re-encoding videos to MP4 for Mobile Phones or PSP's that do not play native DivX/Xvid.
And i get the whole purpose of my original post a while back was to find the best way to reduce the file size of videos with not so much trade of in quality and using software that can do the job fast. (Handbrake does a 175MB file to a 60MB in 2-3min, VDub in 3-4Min and a lot of those comersial converters can take like 20 mins).
So basicaly i can now get say 35 Family Guy Eposodes instead of just 11 on a 2GB Card.