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Old 25 Jun 2004, 08:29 AM   #1
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Post any results you've achieved using Mpeg-4 codecs and compare them with others.

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Old 26 Jun 2004, 07:35 AM   #2
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Original Movie Size - 7.49 Gb

Statistics :

Codec: Divx 5.1.1 Pro
Resize Filter: Lanczos
Deinterlace :Fast Deinterlace
Denoiser : Undot
Audio : 320kbps CBR
1st Input size : 3,255,236 kb (3255mb)
Final Size : 3,269,236 kb
Time Taken : 83hours


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Old 26 Jun 2004, 07:46 AM   #3
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Original Movie Size - 7.49 Gb

Codec: Xvid v1.0.1 Build 05062004
Resize Filter: Sharp Resize
Deinterlace :Fast Deinterlace
Denoiser : VagueDenoiser
Matrix : MPEG
Audio : AC3
1st Input size : 3,274,236 kb (3274mb)
Final Size : 3,281,236 kb
Time Taken : 120hours


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Old 26 Jun 2004, 09:04 AM   #4
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Yeah, you finished it...

Thats MPEG4 encoding @ its best !!!


But as the filesize is "only" about 3204 MB, there is still something to improve...

Maybe a higher resolution or a different CQM ???

Probably both...


Btw, where is the old thread left ???

Cant find it anymore...


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Old 26 Jun 2004, 09:14 AM   #5
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Source: Matrix Reloaded (PAL/R2)

Image: 1024x576 Pix. @ 25fps | 132 min.

Settings: XviD v1 RC4 | 2Pass (VHQ1) @ 4214490 KB | BVOP's = 1 / 1 / 1 | Matrix = Soulhunters v3

Audio: Dolby Digital (AC3) | 5.1 Channels | 384 kBit/s

Size: Full DVD5

Time: About 820 min. (time to encode) ("2600XP")


AviSynth script:
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LanczosResize(1024, 576)
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Old 26 Jun 2004, 09:22 AM   #6
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Source: Matrix Reloaded (PAL/R2)

Image: 1024x576 Pix. @ 25fps | 132 min.

Settings: XviD v1 RC4 | 2Pass (VHQ1) @ 4224000 KB | BVOP's = 1 / 1 / 1 | Matrix = Soulhunters v3

Audio: Dolby Digital (AC3) | 5.1 Channels | 384 kBit/s

Size: Full DVD5

Time: About 4800 min. (time to encode) ("2600XP")


AviSynth script:
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Clip = Last 

Clip1 = Clip.VagueDenoiser(Threshold = 0.25, Method = 1, NSteps = 6, Chroma = False) 
Clip2 = Clip.VagueDenoiser(Threshold = 1.00, Method = 1, NSteps = 6, Chroma = True ) 

Clip1.MergeChroma(Clip2) 

SharpResize(1024, 576)
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Old 1 Jul 2004, 07:38 PM   #7
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Btw, where is the old thread left ???
It has been deleted ,


BTW ,your images really look great I've seen them before on doom9.

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Hmm, think you should add your avs to your settings then !!!

Usefully for pply that wanna try your encoding method...


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Yeah I thought so, the problem is that everyone has the same files in their folders and don't want to mix them. But don't worry if somebody asks for it i'll give out all the files and info they need.
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The thing i don't get about these is that, they are nearly the size of the dvd itself, so why have an encode with them??? mpeg4 is supposed to be compressed about 6 times that of the DVD. And also something like 544x304 (although i have mine at 480x268).
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Old 7 Sep 2004, 05:21 AM   #11
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The goal is to fit the movie on a single disk...

Keep in mind that most DVD movies are bigger than 4.5 GB !!!


Also I have to say that Im a HQ freak...

Even the original DVD itself I wouldnt consider as HQ !!!

I wont compress a movie more than 25-30 % using XviD...


Compression ratios of 50% (or more) and resolutions lower than 720* hurt my eyes !!!

And I upsize the resolution only coz I hate the "crappy" fullscreen resizing while playback...


If you are happy with 2-3 CD encodes, good !!!

I wouldnt be happy with such encodes...

Its personal preference as most other things !!!


If you cant see the difference between a 1DVD and a 2CD encode, make 2CD encodes...


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Hello Soul,

I think that one shares the same idea: the one of quality audio (ac3 bandages original) and the video (high definition Xvid 520p / 720p).
It is indeed a beautiful thing.
But the time is there for many.

Matrix2 / 720p Xvid devapi 3: h263 Matrix Fox entertaintement / Avisynth 2.5.5 Rc3 bŕta 2 / 4Mbps / Final Size (audio + video) 4.03 Mb (brilliant) / Time: 2 days and 8 hours.

The quality is terrifying. In an word Excellent.

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I am not very good in English
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Old 7 Sep 2004, 07:22 AM   #13
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Agreed
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However, I have a big respect for the WMV9 format.
Xvid HD against WMV9 HD, a certain advantage for the WMV9.
It recalled me my tests Canopus procoder 2 against CCE 2.67.
or CCE won extensively in fluidity and in quality.
And it is it that I appreciate a lot with WMV: a fine and distinguished picture quality.
Nevertheless my only reproach in WVM, it is the sound track.
it doesn't vie with the AC3 format.
What a pity.
Long live the High definition
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Old 7 Sep 2004, 08:20 AM   #15
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Can you submit your results :-/
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