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Old 16th July 2021, 20:52   #21  |  Link
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Since your x265 don't have "regular" settings (--tune grain or --no-cutree are not very common), I cannot say anything about those QPs. They are rather high but that's probably because both encodes disable the cu-tree.

How about with something like this: --preset slower --deblock -1:-1 --no-sao --merange 58 --rskip 2 --rskip-edge-threshold 2 --rd-refine --max-merge 2 --ref 4 --bframes 10 --limit-refs 0 ?
Happy to try that out, but it'll be 2-pass 5mbps to match the other encodes for comparison. I should have perhaps reserved two or three posts so I could add them all in one continuous go, or maybe create a new thread with five post reserved due to the post image limit. Not sure if moderators would be happy with that.

One of the two x265 encodes is default --tune grain (with a couple of modifications such as deblock -3/-3, but nothing major) and the other is Ben Waggoner's suggestion higher up the thread.

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