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Jus wanna know if i should set tmp to slow ='s high quality or normal or fast ='s low quality while using avisynth?
does it make much of a diff?
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06-26-2005, 04:11 AM
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High quality gives you the best quality. But if it's too slow then you can use NORMAL. In my tests the quality isn't bad. High quality is only a lillte bit better but normal is so much faster.
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06-26-2005, 06:06 AM
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Don't use Normal, use "Motion Estimate".
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thanx, both of u
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06-26-2005, 06:15 AM
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I am finally getting this right
This should be my last question, is 704x480 ever recommended as a 1cd encode? I saw kwags mpeg1 sample for tomb raider@that resulution.
looks pretty damn good
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06-26-2005, 08:36 AM
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Yes, indeed it does look very nice on such resolution, but you only watched it on a PC monitor right?
If you had seen a TV set comparison between 528x480 and a 704x480 you wouldn't notice a very big difference.
So stay on lower resolution encodes to keep the CQ (and the encoding speed!) higher.
Unless your movies are low motion <=1h30m.
There you can move up to 704x480.
Or maybe you want to split the movie by 2xCD80 to gain on space.
There you could go with 704x480 too.
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06-26-2005, 08:37 AM
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Don't use Normal, use "Motion Estimate".
In the new version of TMPGEnc I have better results with NORMAL then MOTION ESTIMATE and even HIGHEST QUALITY. Only HIGH QUALITY beats both of them but takes time. MOTION ESTIMATE isn't so good.
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In the new version of TMPGEnc I have better results with NORMAL then MOTION ESTIMATE and even HIGHEST QUALITY. Only HIGH QUALITY beats both of them but takes time. MOTION ESTIMATE isn't so good.
It was far better (in mpeg1 - I don't do mpeg2) than Normal in old releases. I didn't think about verify that when last release came out. Did you notice a change with the last one or did you ever used 'normal' ?
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No, I always use High Quality because this gives me the best quality in the last version. I did some tests with the motion estimation. And now I did some tests with the new TMGPEnc version and the best quality was again High Quality and then only a little bit behind but much faster NORMAL and then far away the other Methods.
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