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03-23-2004, 02:45 AM
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what are the best settings for a good quality SKVCD in tmpgenc what should the QC be 60, 70, 80,...............whats the lowest it should be.......should i use full screen (keep aspect ratio)......what about motion search precision should i use motion estimate search or what? And should i use any of the adavanced settings........last project i did i used a CQ of 70 and full screen (keep aspect ratio) and mostion estimate seatch movie came out good but a little blocky but i didnt want to set it too high and make the files too big the movie was like 86 minutes.........any help would be great......oh yeah i used Tmpgenc to encode vid and audio and then muxed em'
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These typical questions "whats the best" where we don't know anything about your source doesn't make sense
To archive the best possible is also based on which script for avisynth is used and so on.

Shure a CQ of 70 or even 80 does result in a better image but the resulting CQ after a prediction depends on movie length, movie treatment and so on.

So there can't be an answer in general.

Maybe you watch a bit in the forum in here and have a look at the guides as they do explain a lot of the settings in TmpgEnc and so on.

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03-23-2004, 12:42 PM
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The source was an Avi divx file 640*480......and it was about 86 minutes long....and i used the settings that i wrote above......i didnt use avisynth as i am really bad with the scripts and it would tell me things like it couldnt locate certain dll files that were in the directory i told the script they were in........and before that I had to download new dlls cause none of em worked with version 2.5x........i just got really frustrated......i read a bunch and i know the script was right but it said it couldnt even do gripcrop gripsize or gripborders?????... ...so i gave up, i will probably try it again when im less frustrated or when i find a dll for blockbuster for version 2.5x............but as far as tmgenc is concerned is there a way to make it less blocky when encoding and is there a way to figure out the highest CQ before encoding, so the movie isnt too long when finished encoding........is CQ the best or should i do VBR or something, also whats the best motion precision search????? if anyone can help with these questions or put a link to another place that describes best tmpgenc settings for skvcd i would be very much happy, and you would be very much thanked...lol
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03-23-2004, 12:50 PM
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Avisynth scripting is the way that will permit you:
To reduce the final size.
To reduce blockyness.

I think you must to learn avisynth scripting, basics are not to hard, search the forum.
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03-23-2004, 01:22 PM
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Or read here: http://www.avisynth.org/index.php?page=YourFirstScript

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