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I've not really played too much with TMPGEnc's motion search setting, besides noting the obvious speed differences. I've read that "highest quality" might actually detect too much motion with some sources and that "high quality" is generally the best setting.

On the other hand, I have no idea what it means by "motion estimate search" -- is it referring to one of the fast algorithms such as PMVFAST instead of a full search? If it is I'd be perfectly happy using it, since I know that such algorithms perform about 99% as well as a full search but run much much more quickly...
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I'm not sure what algo TMPEG uses internally for each motion search precision. What I do notice is that the last one (fast) produces the least artifacts around objects. At least that is what I have experimented. That's why I changed all templates to use the (fast). Plus the encoding speed is WAY faster than the other methods.

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What I do notice is that the last one (fast) produces the least artifacts around objects.
I was just wondering if a different setting would work to reduce mosquito noise... Might it be worth trying them all again in combination with Blockbuster? Perhaps now it's allocating more bits to low-frequency areas, the motion detection method might have a different effect?

Just a (probably stupid) thought .
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What I do notice is that the last one (fast) produces the least artifacts around objects.
I was just wondering if a different setting would work to reduce mosquito noise... Might it be worth trying them all again in combination with Blockbuster? Perhaps now it's allocating more bits to low-frequency areas, the motion detection method might have a different effect?
Count on it . I'll do some tests tomorrow.

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Count on it . I'll do some tests tomorrow.
Excellent .
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