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In CalcuMatic what is the ".57 x average" used for.

Is that supposed to be the minimum bitrate in TMPGENC, because mine is 525.3.

and my average bitrate is 921.6. Do i have to type in the average bitrate into tMPGenc?

If i do. where?

Sorry, if this question is to noobish.

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In CalcuMatic what is the ".57 x average" used for.

Is that supposed to be the minimum bitrate in TMPGENC, because mine is 525.3.
Yep. It helps with file size prediction.
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and my average bitrate is 921.6. Do i have to type in the average bitrate into tMPGenc?
No. You set your MAX bitrate, and set your MIN bitrate to the suggested (0.57 * average).
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If i do. where?
Pless the "Settings" button on TMPEG, and click on the Settings button besides the "rate control mode".

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