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Old 18th September 2012, 14:38   #1  |  Link
meshaun
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10bit x264 CRF vs 8bit x264 CRF

I came to know that 10bit x264 saves more quality in a smaller file. And, if so, is there a slight comparison between the CRF values, if anyone knows it?
Like :

- 18 10bit kinda equal to which in 8bit CRF?
- 22 10bit is equal to which in 8bit CRF?

Plus, when encoding a 720p using a Full BD, which is the better CRF value to use in 10bit x264?
I mean, I also want to preserve some good quality and also have a decent small filesize. I tried 22 CRF in the new Katy Perry-Part of Me but resulted a 2.1 GB in 10bit even.

So, is there any recommendation and also help?
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