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jorel 01-05-2003 01:49 PM

DVD2SVCD: What's the latest recomendations?
 
Kwag,
can you post the "last" script lbr for dvd2svcd or
the last recomendations like:
matrix,gop,prediction,vbr or cbr,.....etc!
please,thanks. :)

kwag 01-05-2003 02:06 PM

Re: what's last recomendations?
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by jorel
Kwag,
can you post the "last" script lbr for dvd2svcd or
the last recomendations like:
matrix,gop,prediction,vbr or cbr,.....etc!
please,thanks. :)

Hi jorel,

Load the original lbr .ini file that I had posted, and change the GOP to 1-12-2-1-24, manually make the BETA-1 "notch" matrix changes, and chahge to CQ mode. Then save your new lbr .ini file. :D

Here are the changes on the matrix:

Code:

8  6  8
6  7  10
8  10 14

Those changes are on the far left top of the matrix.

-kwag

jorel 01-05-2003 02:44 PM

:D
really thank-full!

jorel 01-05-2003 09:37 PM

Kwag,
i encode with the "news" .
change only this :
gop,matrix and cbr in the script
and compare (the same film) with the "olds"

:cry:
the new is not too good as the old.

less size in the new encode but,the image "smokes".
when someone turn the face, seems "ondulations" in the face
and in all movimentations.

what could be?
:?: :?

kwag 01-05-2003 10:06 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by jorel
gop,matrix and cbr in the script

What exactly do you mean by cbr :?:

-kwag

jorel 01-05-2003 10:17 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by kwag
Quote:

Originally Posted by jorel
gop,matrix and cbr in the script

What exactly do you mean by cbr :?:

-kwag

:imstupid:

isn't cbr
is
rate contreol mode = constant quality (cq) :oops:

see? i'm going mad...... :bigooh: :bugeyes: :tongue2: 8O

kwag 01-05-2003 11:45 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by jorel
Quote:

Originally Posted by kwag
Quote:

Originally Posted by jorel
gop,matrix and cbr in the script

What exactly do you mean by cbr :?:

-kwag

:imstupid:

isn't cbr
is
rate contreol mode = constant quality (cq) :oops:

see? i'm going mad...... :bigooh: :bugeyes: :tongue2: 8O

Ah!, then it's ok. I thought you were encoding CBR ( Constant Bit Rate ) :BangHead: :D

jorel 01-06-2003 02:51 AM

but:
"the new is not too good as the old." :( :cry:

i do something wrong?

i "turn" the rate control mode to: automatic vbr (cq_vbr),
reencode again......seems better!

i forgot something? :?

thanks in advance!

kwag 01-06-2003 03:00 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by jorel
but:
"the new is not too good as the old." :( :cry:

i do something wrong?

i "turn" the rate control mode to: automatic vbr (cq_vbr),
reencode again......seems better!

i forgot something? :?

thanks in advance!

If you're encoding 352x240, CQ_VBR is better. Over that resolution, go CQ :D
If you're going to compare a clip made with CQ and another one made with CQ_VBR, be sure that they are both the same size before you judge the quality :wink:

-kwag

jorel 01-06-2003 03:04 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by kwag
Quote:

Originally Posted by jorel
but:
"the new is not too good as the old." :( :cry:

i do something wrong?

i "turn" the rate control mode to: automatic vbr (cq_vbr),
reencode again......seems better!

i forgot something? :?

thanks in advance!

If you're encoding 352x240, CQ_VBR is better. Over that resolution, go CQ :D
If you're going to compare a clip made with CQ and another one made with CQ_VBR, be sure that they are both the same size before you judge the quality :wink:

-kwag

yes they are in same size(little dif),
and cq_vbr is better (352x240). :encore:

thank you!!
:insight:

kwag 01-06-2003 03:19 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by jorel
yes they are in same size(little dif),
and cq_vbr is better (352x240). :encore:

thank you!!
:insight:

:buzzmile: :tup:


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