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01-05-2003, 10:47 AM
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Have you made any conclusive tests regarding the motion search precision setting with the new GOP and BETA-1 matrix and Blockbuster? I'm interested in hearing if there's any clear difference between high quality and motion estimate search with resolutions 352x576 and below.
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Have you made any conclusive tests regarding the motion search precision setting with the new GOP and BETA-1 matrix and Blockbuster?
In the tests I've made "high quality" always produced a smaller file than "motion estimate search". "Higher quality" always produced a larger file .
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01-05-2003, 11:08 AM
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In the tests I've made "high quality" always produced a smaller file than "motion estimate search". "Higher quality" always produced a larger file .
Does that have a direct relation to the quality as you can raise the CQ or CQ_VBR value accordingly?
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Does that have a direct relation to the quality as you can raise the CQ or CQ_VBR value accordingly?
I noticed no significant visual differences between "motion estimate search" and "high quality" but as you say, the smaller file size means one can increase the CQ/CQ_VBR quality a little.
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