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Old 16th February 2021, 13:15   #1  |  Link
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X265 Veryslow no better than slow???

I tested out several different crf values with the veryslow preset, and found that crf 20 gave me an average bitrate of about 7 accross different kinds of content. I then found the clips that had a bitrate around the average and encoded them with 2 pass 7mbits, with slow, slower and veryslow. I used the staxrip video comparison tool, and as far as i can twll, there is essentially no difference between them? Did i do something wrong here? There is a difference in the background noise, but its mot better or worse really, just a bit different flipping between the frames. Only in a few frames did i actually see a very very minor difference in small details, a single hair being a bit less blurry etc. Have i done something wrong or is veryslow really not that much more efficent than slow? Is it maybe because of the high bitrate?
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