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04-16-2003, 01:17 PM
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I am using TMPGenc with DVD2SVCD. I am trying out using CQ and file prediction. How does DVD2SVCD's prediction compare? Is CQ the best method to use?
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DVD2SVCD uses a file prediction similar to the old prediction we used. It uses a fixed amount of samples, but each sample is longer than the ones we use here. I don't DVD2SVCD has integrated the new algorithm we use here, wich is far more accurate that the one used currently in DVD2SVCD.

Edit: That means the new algo suggested by Tenra, which is 100% sampler followed by fine grained 10% samplers to obtain final CQ. This has been already integrated in the latest version of ToK.

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Is CQ still the best method for making an SVCD? I know there is CQ_VBR and multi-pass options. Seems CQ is the KVCD thing. I am also using the KVCD matrix in DVD2SVCD.
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04-16-2003, 02:27 PM
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Hi telemike,

CQ produces better overall quality mpegs. No matter if it's using KVCD parameters, or the standard TMPEG templates

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Quote:
Originally Posted by kwag
Hi telemike,

CQ produces better overall quality mpegs. No matter if it's using KVCD parameters, or the standard TMPEG templates

-kwag
yeah Kwag,right(ever)

Cq is really cool,produces better overall quality mpegs,
and in dvd2svcd with TMPGenc is great!

telemike,
I am also using the KVCD matrix in DVD2SVCD....
like you and using CQ in TMPGenc!
the prediction works fine!
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