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09-14-2002, 11:21 AM
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Do you think "Highest quality" in motion search precision really makes significant changes except wasting a lot of time ???

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Do you think "Highest quality" in motion search precision really makes significant changes except wasting a lot of time ???

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Yes, it does waste a lot of time . That's why I changet it to "High Quality" in the new KVCD-LBR template
There's really no visual difference between highest and high.

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09-14-2002, 05:34 PM
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I saw that you used "motion search estimate" in the new KVCDx3... is it interesting to use it or will "high quality" give me a better picture???

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09-14-2002, 06:40 PM
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I saw that you used "motion search estimate" in the new KVCDx3... is it interesting to use it or will "high quality" give me a better picture???

By the way, thanks again Kwag for your answers
You'll probably get just a little quality increase on the X3, but the encoding time will just be too long, because of the resolution. Maybe next year, when we start running CPUs' at 3Ghz, we can change that to High Quality

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09-26-2002, 09:22 PM
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I just did "Grease" by using KVCDx3 (544x480, Mpeg-1), whenever people moving around (dancing), it has something like blur effect on that person's body (face, legs, hands), the picture surrounding the moving person is fine. Does it has anything to do with the "motion search" setting?
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