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02-27-2004, 02:56 AM
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I'm curious about the "Block scanning order" and "Progressive flame flag"
For interlace videos, is it right to select
Block scanning order : Alternate
Uncheck Progressive flame flag
And non-interlace/progressive videos, is it right to select
Block scanning order : Zig-zag
Check Progressive flame flag
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02-27-2004, 02:58 AM
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As for the Intra block DC precision, in the manual it recommends 10 for DVD video but in CCE KDVD template it's set as 8. Which one should I use?
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DC Precision of 10 is recommended at higher avg Bitrate encodings, but as we enjoy in case of KDVD a lower avg bitrate, we leave that DC Prec. setting at 8!

The right combination in CCE:

In case of interlaced source & encoding:
- Alternate scan & unchecked progressive frame flag
+++ using a Matrix with alternate value ordering! Otherwise you won't enjoy the real advatage beside the right frame/fieldbase flag.
AND IF encoding interlaced you need MUCH MORE avg Bitrate! Sometimes up to 2-3times.

In case of Progressive source & encoding:
- ZigZag scan & checked progressive frame flag

BUT as I know you from the confusing interlaced! 23.976 Xvid Thread, you should be shure about the frame or field archtecture of that Xvid!
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02-27-2004, 12:22 PM
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In case of interlaced source & encoding:
- Alternate scan & unchecked progressive frame flag
+++ using a Matrix with alternate value ordering! Otherwise you won't enjoy the real advatage beside the right frame/fieldbase flag.
AND IF encoding interlaced you need MUCH MORE avg Bitrate! Sometimes up to 2-3times.
Which Matrix Preset in CCE should I use for alternate value ordering? Standard, MPEG standard, Smooth, Very low bitrate or Ultra low bitrate?
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02-27-2004, 01:26 PM
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Search here in the forum for "interlaced notch" then you'll find my reordered version of Kwags notch, so it fits the alternate/interlaced matrix scanning specs.
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DC Precision of 10 is recommended at higher avg Bitrate encodings, but as we enjoy in case of KDVD a lower avg bitrate, we leave that DC Prec. setting at 8!
Is this the same as "DC component precision" in TMPGEnc? If so, the KDVD TMPGEnc template uses 10 bits. Why?
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02-28-2004, 03:45 PM
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Is it right to check "Animation" under Simple setting in CCE 2.67 for encoding animes/cartoons?
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02-28-2004, 03:52 PM
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STOP USING "POST NEW MESSAGE" HEN JUST JUST WANT TO ADD SOMETHING TO YOUR FORMER POST ! USE EDIT !

Thank you.

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Is this the same as "DC component precision" in TMPGEnc? If so, the KDVD TMPGEnc template uses 10 bits. Why?
yes it is. Why ? Good question You are the first one to point this out.
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02-28-2004, 06:12 PM
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Oh OK Will do. Thought different topics need new posts. I'll put them in 1 post next time. Can anyone answer questions in this post?
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