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Old 16th December 2020, 21:20   #1  |  Link
YaBoyShredderson
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Marvel movies are extremely compressible

Has anyone else noticed this? Why might this be? I have a few assumptions, which ill get to in a moment. I just encoded ant man and the wasp, the 4k bluray. Crf 18 hevc, slow, main10 high profile level 5.1. It came out to just under 5gbs, just the hevc stream. When i was doing my testing to see what settings i want with 4k blurays, i noticed that endgame compressed really well too, i think to like 9% of its original size iirc. There isnt anything that stands out to me as to why these movies are so compressible, but if i had to guess, its probably the amount of cgi. There essentially just extremely advancded, photo realistic animation at this point, meaning theres basically no noise. Am i correct in that?
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