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I though I was going to try to make a one disc encode of Lord of the Rings (Extended version - PAL). But I figure that if it's gonna fit on one disc I will have to encode it at 352x288 and I probably need a filter to get rid of macroblocks, right? Recommendations and settings are more than welcome! What maximum bitrate should I use to get the same effect as LB or ULB templates? If I forgot anything important please enlighten me!

EDIT: Should I use Bilinear resize instead of Bicubic? I saw somewhere that Bilinear produces smaller files?
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I would like to point u to the lotr - ex post that is in the KVCD forum --> http://www.kvcd.net/forum/viewtopic.php?t=4416. Hope this helps u.
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06-27-2003, 12:03 PM
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Oops, sorry! I totally missed that one ! Thank you, andybno1!
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no probs, it is kinda hidden near bottom of the page.
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BTW, what maximum bitrate should I use? I don't think that was mentioned in the post you directed me to, was it?
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06-27-2003, 12:31 PM
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I used a maximum of 1900 kb/sec for that movie on 1 CD
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06-27-2003, 01:19 PM
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ok pardon my ignorance but maximum of 1900 kb/sec for that movie on 1 CD????
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Well I got to admit it was a 99 min. CD-R, but yes I used a maximum of 1900 kb/sec. Results came out great with the script that I posted!
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sory what I meant was what does that mean maximum of 1900 kb/sec?
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06-27-2003, 02:27 PM
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sory what I meant was what does that mean maximum of 1900 kb/sec?
Well I specified a Max. Bitrate of 1900kb/sec and a Min. Bitrate of 300kb/sec in TMPGEnc and used CQ mode, so that the bitrate will vary between these two values throughout the movie according to the motion.
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06-27-2003, 02:32 PM
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which template u use ULBR? LBR?
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My guess would be that Jellygoose used ToK.
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My guess would be that Jellygoose used ToK.
exactly
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06-30-2003, 06:01 AM
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@Jellygoose,
Have you tried encoding the movie again... with the latest "revised" adaptive script? And I'm asking you again - please enlighten us on how you did with the subs and how you got that high CQ value??!
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@audioslave:

No I haven't tried it with the newest script yet, and I'm actually not planning on yet. I'm gonna wait another 6 months or so and see what we have achieved until then!

As for CQ and subs, read here:

http://www.kvcd.net/forum/viewtopic.php?t=4416&start=32
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