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03-11-2003, 05:32 PM
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Hi all

I have noticed that a lower overscan produces a larger file size, why is this?

Also is a lower overscan better or worse quality than a higher overscan

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Hi all

I have noticed that a lower overscan produces a larger file size, why is this?

Also is a lower overscan better or worse quality than a higher overscan

Thanks again
The more blocks overscan, the less the film area, and the smaller the final file size. That is of course in relation to a fixed CQ value for the encodes.

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03-12-2003, 02:46 AM
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Hi kwag

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so i gather more overscan=better quality

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