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06-08-2005, 05:45 PM
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Hi Guys,

I did a search on the forum and found very little info with regard to this Encoder.

I went to Canopus's site: http://www.canopus.us/US/products/Pr..._procoder2.asp

It looks really interesting and seems to take many different video type's of input and outputs also.

Am I right in saying though that ProCoder cannot have custom matrices? If it can't use the KVCD 'notch' matrix that is a shame as this look like a nice encoder.

Has anyone used this tool for DVD backups and what are the results have they had. I know DVD-RB can use this tool but I always use CCE.

Is CCE better than ProCoder 2?

Thanks in advance guys for any info you can give me on this tool.
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Am I right in saying though that ProCoder cannot have custom matrices?
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Ah then that sucks.

Thanks Karl for your answer and for clearing that up for me.

I think that is a shame as I think this may have been a good encoder to use if it allowed custom matrices.

I'll stick with trusty old CCE for my Mpeg2 streams.
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I think that is a shame as I think this may have been a good encoder to use if it allowed custom matrices.

I'll stick with trusty old CCE for my Mpeg2 streams.
Just to tell that I patched manually (with ultra edit) my CCE binary to have KVCD-Notch matrix as its default values. This way I don't have to set manually a custom matrix each time.
This can be done easily in procoder also I think. Except if it is byte packed somehow.
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Just to tell that I patched manually (with ultra edit) my CCE binary to have KVCD-Notch matrix as its default values. This way I don't have to set manually a custom matrix each time.
This can be done easily in procoder also I think. Except if it is byte packed somehow.
I must have missed your post Phil, sorry.

That sounds great I wonder if it posible. I take it Ultra Edit is a Hex Editor?

Could the same be done with CCE SP Trial 2.67 so that I can patch that to use KVCD 'notch' matrix as the default matrix?

Are there any guides on how to do this?
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