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Long time no see! Just to let you guys know. I encoded "Spirited Away" which is 2h4m approx. I used KVCDx3 (NTSC-Film) and it came out to be (with 192kbps audio) around 1250megs. I had the CQ at 70. Sorry, I don't have my script handy. But I know I used Grip filters and Fairy Dust. All in all, it looks absolutely perfect on my TV. Thanx Kwag for all the hard work you have done. I've been with you since the beginning and I'll be there till the end! (Even if I have long periods of dead spots. Like my recent one)
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