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07-06-2004, 05:27 AM
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Hi,

I don't find the thread where Jorel and I were discussing about that so I post a new one.

Discussion was about comparing this :
Code:
Mpeg2Source(...)
Deen()
Undot()
(that is the script I use for DVD->KDVD) and Jorel's suggestion :
Code:
Mpeg2Source(...)
Undot()
Deen()
We already agreed that visual difference in not noticiable. We also agreed that the encoding speed is the same.

But what Jorel didn't see (or kept for him ) during his tests is that :
My order : encoded sample size : 40.377 KB
Jorel' one: encoded sample size : 40.305 KB

Okay, that's not a lot, but a little gain is better than nothing
Thank you Jo'
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We already agreed that visual difference in not noticiable. We also agreed that the encoding speed is the same.

But what Jorel didn't see (or kept for him ) during his tests is that :
My order : encoded sample size : 40.377 KB
Jorel' one: encoded sample size : 40.305 KB
was not a "secret" Phil, i did lots of screenshots from scenes with full details for comparisons without encode and i really don't knew that too... i was "lucky"!
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07-06-2004, 05:35 PM
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i know its a mute point but is there any diff in chaining them ?
Undot().Deen()
Deen().Undot()
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i know its a mute point but is there any diff in chaining them ?
Undot().Deen()
Deen().Undot()
did you read the Phil's first post all your answers are there!
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07-06-2004, 05:48 PM
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i did read it but that was one after the other from what i understood chaining the filters produced diffrent results but i might (READ: probally am ) wrong.
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07-06-2004, 06:03 PM
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i did read it but that was one after the other from what i understood chaining the filters produced diffrent results but i might (READ: probally am ) wrong.
You are wrong

chaining or putting them on separate lines is the same.
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07-06-2004, 06:17 PM
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thxs for that quick answer dialhot/jorel, thats what i like about this forum you post a question and you get a quick precise answer, unlike doom9 you post a question get 20 views on the post and no one answer except a member from here (jorel ).
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