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Old 14th April 2009, 09:53   #1  |  Link
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DVD-RB v1.28.2 PRO - So many new features...

Hi All

I have used DVD-RB since forever....and a happy Pro user!
And haven't touched many of the many new options...for years
Normally I only need to compress 4-600MB to get it to fit a Single layer disc. and then you cant see a differences anyway

But so many new movies now need 1-1,5G reduction and I can see this in the output....

The old setup was pretty much standard with :
VBR Bias: 40
Qual Prec: 16
VBR Pass: 4

Encoder CSS : SP v2.70.02.12

I would really appreciate a update on suggested new "Standard setup" for these higher compression jobs...Matrices etc.

Thanks!! PS I know there is many different opinions to this but there is always a general understanding on what works...if you experiment sp please share your set-up Thanks


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Old 22nd April 2009, 17:23   #2  |  Link
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The ones that work for you! Experiment and see what you like. If you can't see any difference, use the program defaults.

And bfore you post this question again, please read rule 12.


Only use genuine Verbatim or Taiyo Yuden media.
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