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07-01-2003, 11:20 PM
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has anyone found that the MA script just does not like compressing some movies

because i have found that with a couple of movies i have tried to encode Tok will only give me CQ of mid 50's for one cd and the movie is 90mins

but with some other movies i can get cq of 70 and the movie is ~100mins

at first i thought it might have been to do with the amount of action in the movie , but i dunno now cos i have encoded a few movies with a fair amount of action and still got a good cq
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07-02-2003, 04:20 AM
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The MA script is not the one to blame. I'm quite sure that you won't have a better CQ if you use the static script.
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has anyone found that the MA script just does not like compressing some movies

because i have found that with a couple of movies i have tried to encode Tok will only give me CQ of mid 50's for one cd and the movie is 90mins

but with some other movies i can get cq of 70 and the movie is ~100mins

at first i thought it might have been to do with the amount of action in the movie , but i dunno now cos i have encoded a few movies with a fair amount of action and still got a good cq
Are u talking about movies with same format ??? (3:4 , 16:9 , 2.1:1)
CQ value depends on movie lenght , format , activity type (action,melodrame) , Source quality (noise level ) and more
Each one of this params can change CQ value up or down
According of that avs script could vary too ( more filtering )
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i think i am understanding more now

the movies i have encoded and got a low cq for where all brand new action movies, and even though the cq was low the quality of the encode was still fairly good

i am slowly learning
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