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dragonballyobaz 08-27-2002 02:06 AM

KVCD vs. King Viper's SVCD Template?
 
http://www.vcdhelp.com/KingVipersSVCDTemplate.zip :D

obrigado 08-27-2002 02:21 AM

did you try it?

looks curious to me:
cq50 is something anybody will avoid.
No soften blocknoise, huu
no HQ encoding, wow

well,
tell us about your results in detail

Origado

cybermage26 08-27-2002 02:21 AM

lol
 
lol

Rookie 08-27-2002 03:22 AM

Setting the min Bitrate to 0 is asking for trouble on many standalone players.

Judging quality may be subjective but I cant see how there will be good results with the standard 1-5-2-1 GOP, the default mpeg2 q-matrix and 29.9 fps framerate.

dragonballyobaz 08-27-2002 02:21 PM

it came out close to the dvd quality ands sound,i encoded a dvd rip of weird als uhf ,1hr37min movies came out tobe 709mb thats class

Rookie 08-27-2002 02:44 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by dragonballyobaz
it came out close to the dvd quality ands sound,i encoded a dvd rip of weird als uhf ,1hr37min movies came out tobe 709mb thats class

"weird als uhf"? Whats that?

For the sake of objectiveness(?) I encoded some scenes from DVD sources and the quality is so bad I really cant find unoffensive words to describe it.

Edit: For testing I used one of my few NTSC DVDs "Terminator" and an PAL DVD "Apocalypse Now Redux".

Btw.: Im not participating in pointless flames. So if you want to prove that the quality is good(maybe I did something wrong) upload an short sample encoding somewhere. There are lots of free Webspace providers out there ... if you need help setting things up Im glad to help.

dragonballyobaz 08-27-2002 02:49 PM

what the heck are you talking about, and im sorry there are other templates in this world better than kvcd

James T. 08-27-2002 02:49 PM

what dvd scenes?


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