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Old 7th August 2003, 23:49   #1  |  Link
Master Yoda
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DoCCE4U Question.

Do i have to use DoCCE4u after reauthorist or with reauthorist still open can i just open CCE and load the avs and set the settings up my self.Because when i start a encode with docce4u and stop the encode and then double click on the loaded avs in cce half of the options aint tick.
DVD compliant aint tick and im sure its ment to be, luminance level is set to 0 - 255 when i allways had it 16 - 235. Or does Docce4u work different
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I did a little search on both topics and as I vaguely remembered the "dvd compliant" box should not be ticked, since this will cause cce to believe that the max bitrate to use on the video is 9800. As far as the subject with the luminance level I suggest that you serach the cce forum to make the decission on how it is supposed to be. If you want to you can change the "Luminance level" key in HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\WoofSoft\DoCCE4U\template\0 in the registry to 0 and the default value when encoding will be 0-255.
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