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I've made some tries with HybridFupp for AVI to KSVCD conversion and the results seem excellent to me.

Is there particular settings?

Phil's script is really good too, which one should I use ?
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HybridPP is a lot too slow (but I didn't test the latest releases) and in my memories, blur too much parts that are a lot blurried yet by Divx codec.

I didn't tweak it a lot because of the process time really too long on my PC (10x the time to process a sample than with my regular script ).
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@Phil: Thx a lot for your answer. I was using MA Scripts too, they are quite different from yours; so I have the same question: which is the best considering we have a good quality Xvid source ?
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Phil's script is really good too, which one should I use ?
Your eyes let you decide

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I was using MA Scripts too, they are quite different from yours; so I have the same question: which is the best considering we have a good quality Xvid source ?
Depends on what do you call a good Xvid Source. If its a good DVD Backup (and I mean a good backup not heavy compressed one!) ... then you could try MA but I dont recommend it.

What you can do in case of a Good XVID source is to lower a bit the filtersettings in OptimalScript, but you should know what you do, so best would be phils opinion/suggestion in here as he developed it.
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08-20-2004, 09:55 AM
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MA Script is slower than Phil's one too, so I think I have my answer

Thx
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First : yes on Divx, MA script is sometime 2x or 3x slower than statics ones.

Second : one of the main problems of Divx is that they are always smoothed a lot by the MPEG4 codec, even if you do not notice it ! Remember that MPEG4 is based on removal of less significant details in the picture. Whatyou call a "Good Divx" is only a Divx where all these details were removed but none of the ones that your eye can see.

Now let imagine what happens when you try to encode an already smoothed image with a script that tries to smooth the more statics scenes...
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