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audi2honda 09-20-2003 01:49 AM

Bitrates: What script and CQMatic setting for pure NTSC interlaced?
 
fps material? I've only done 23fps file till now so I could use some tips. I posted here cause I'm not sure if CQMatic is accurate with 29fps material.

jorel 09-20-2003 05:59 AM

Re: What script and CQMatic setting for pure NTSC ingerlaced
 
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Originally Posted by audi2honda
fps material? I've only done 23fps file till now so I could use some tips. I posted here cause I'm not sure if CQMatic is accurate with 29fps material.

yes, is really accurate with 29,97fps!
i did 2 musicals last week! perfects!
my results was posted "somewhere" here!

believe:
Kwag buy last month a musical 29,97 only to test CQMatic/CalcuMatic!

:wink:
go ahead my friend!

audi2honda 09-20-2003 11:41 AM

Should I use fielddeinterlace or something? for an 84 minute movie at 528x480 I was getting CQ values in the 30's. I know 29fps will give a lower CQ value, but that seems really low

jorel 09-20-2003 03:33 PM

yes my friend,you can use fielddeinterlace()..
better is read this post to understand how it works:
http://www.kvcd.net/forum/viewtopic....5185&start=224

for 1 cd i got round CQ 68 using 480x480 mpeg2 in ~88minutes!
(one of my players don't like 5??x480).
the CQ that you got is too low for 84 minutes,
something is "strange".

audi2honda 09-20-2003 04:52 PM

thanks i'll give it a try and see if I get higher CQ


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