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boraf 10-23-2003 04:53 PM

CQMatic gives me the same CQ
 
When i use CQMatic, with differents movies, the definitve CQ is always 89.77!!!
What's wrong ??

kwag 10-23-2003 07:36 PM

Re: CQMatic gives me the same CQ
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by boraf
What's wrong ??

Your .tpr project :!:
Check your paths. Make sure they are short, and reset your "source range"

-kwag

muhali3 10-23-2003 10:06 PM

and make sure you set the path to TMPGenc after you fill in everything and stuff. that's how i messed up before. :lol: :D

boraf 10-24-2003 02:18 AM

i have checked it but always this CQ lol
CQmatic works with all codecs ?? divx & xvid ?

Dialhot 10-24-2003 03:13 AM

YES

mistermickster 10-30-2003 06:26 AM

I too have had this problem. :(

I have ran CQMatic on several movies, but each one gives a final CQ of around 89 :? Is CQMatic set not to go above 90 :?:

I prefer high quality video over single CD encodes, so choose to make MPEG-2 KVCD's on multiple discs. I encoded The Watcher (92 mins) and Memento (110 mins), both to fit on 2 80min CD's. Both gave the same final CQ of 89.63 :? which of course gave me a file size for The Watcher well below the 1600 Mb (including audio) expected.

I have to say that at present, I haven't had a great deal of success with file size prediction in CQMatic :cry: Is it not designed for predicting MPEG-2 over multiple discs :?:

Having said that, I am well pleased with the final quality of the resulting discs, which have a quality, IMO, equal to the source DVD :D

Any ideas on how I can get the prediction right and therefore squeeze a little bit more out of the encodes :?: Kwag...maybe allowing CQMatic to go above 90 :idea:

I've just noticed 'fix' to latest version 1.2.02. Kwag.... how about an override switch a la Override Default CQ :?: :lol:

nicksteel 10-30-2003 07:10 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by mistermickster
I too have had this problem. :(

I have ran CQMatic on several movies, but each one gives a final CQ of around 89 :? Is CQMatic set not to go above 90 :?:

I prefer high quality video over single CD encodes, so choose to make MPEG-2 KVCD's on multiple discs. I encoded The Watcher (92 mins) and Memento (110 mins), both to fit on 2 80min CD's. Both gave the same final CQ of 89.63 :? which of course gave me a file size for The Watcher well below the 1600 Mb (including audio) expected.

I have to say that at present, I haven't had a great deal of success with file size prediction in CQMatic :cry: Is it not designed for predicting MPEG-2 over multiple discs :?:
Having said that, I am well pleased with the final quality of the resulting discs, which have a quality, IMO, equal to the source DVD :D

Any ideas on how I can get the prediction right and therefore squeeze a little bit more out of the encodes :?: Kwag...maybe allowing CQMatic to go above 90 :idea:

I've just noticed 'fix' to latest version 1.2.02. Kwag.... how about an override switch a la Override Default CQ :?: :lol:

You may want to read this thread.

http://www.kvcd.net/forum/viewtopic.php?t=7115

mistermickster 10-30-2003 08:12 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by nicksteel
You may want to read this thread.

http://www.kvcd.net/forum/viewtopic.php?t=7115

Thnx for the link, I'll certainly give it a try, but my problem was with the file size being too small not too large :( I was therefore hoping to be able to up the CQ slightly to get a larger file, but with CQMatic stopping at 89.77, (or whatever), how much to up the CQ by would still be guesswork.


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