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05-16-2003, 04:18 PM
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I have a ripped DivX movie who has a resolution of 608x256 NTSC. Should I go for 544x480 and encode with a smaller CQ value, or should I choose 528x480 NTSC and encode with a little higher CQ value. What will be the best thing to choose in my case?

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Take 528 + CQ cause the difference in resolution to the eye is none.
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I also using letterbox 0,0,32,32 when using 544x480 and it's so close that I nearly can see black boarders on the sides so should I do anything with my letterbox line if I change to 528x480

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