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kvcd mpeg1(352*2xx with tmpgenc) is worse than kvcd mpeg2 352*xxx using CCE or Tmpgenc !

Nothing turns out better than MPEG1/TMPGENC on my PC. That's strange...
(on low bitrate I mean, that is when I'm doing a KVCD. For KDVD I use MPEG2/CCE).

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kdvds using CCE or Tmpgenc have despicables diferences in quality !
despicable ? What does it means ?

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all encodes using the kvcd notch matrix, the same filters in the script for the same size target....1,4Gb for each!
Okay ! So you are doing the same thing I do on KDVD. In this case CCE is as good as TMPGENC, I can confirm that (else I won't use it )
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"despicable diferences in quality" means(in poor english):
cce encode kvcd mpeg2 and tmpgenc encode kvcd mpeg2 for 1,4Gb target, the differences in quality are irrelevants. if you can load only one of this files without identification(randomic), you don't know "who is who", they seems equals.

for kdvds is just the same quality, for more than you search, nothing is different!

for mpeg1 using the same cartoon, my old encode with avisynth 208 with temporalcleaner seems better than with avisynth 2.5x with "all filters" that i used in the tests...it's faster but not so good as the old! was "lucky" ?
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"despicable diferences in quality" means(in poor english):
cce encode kvcd mpeg2 and tmpgenc encode kvcd mpeg2 for 1,4Gb target, the differences in quality are irrelevants. if you can load only one of this files without identification(randomic), you don't know "who is who", they seems equals.
Okay. As I said at the end of my previous post, I confim that

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for mpeg1 using the same cartoon, my old encode with avisynth 208 with temporalcleaner seems better than with avisynth 2.5x with "all filters" that i used in the tests...it's faster but not so good as the old! was "lucky" ?
To tell you the truth, "a long time ago" I didn't find temporalsoften good at all and always used temporalcleaner.
But once I found a ghost effect in one of my encoding and I found it was temporalcleaner the reason. Then I changed for temporalsoften. But I confess that I didn't check if the wuality was different
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