pablo.morales at abitab.com.uy
Fri Apr 2 20:42:56 CEST 2004
My problem is that with that behavior, I cannot encode a movie in 2 CD for
example, for example last night I encoded Equilibrium, the file ended up in
a 950 MB one!!, and the quality is not good!!, that's the real problem.
I was trying with transcode, but it's pure pain :))))
I'll try with xvid by the moment and see what happens.
Thanx for your time
----- Original Message -----
From: "Alexei Khlebnikov" <a.khlebnikau at sam-solutions.net>
To: "Pablo Morales" <pablo.morales at abitab.com.uy>; "MPlayer usage questions,
features, bugreports" <mplayer-users at mplayerhq.hu>
Sent: Friday, April 02, 2004 2:12 PM
Subject: Re: [MPlayer-users] xvid
> On Fri, 2 Apr 2004 13:41:13 -0300
> "Pablo Morales" <pablo.morales at abitab.com.uy> wrote:
> PM> I've got a doubt, I'm encoding using xvid and I found me_quality,
> PM> 0 to 6, how do I interpret that.
> PM> 0 better quality? or 6 better quality?
> PM> Using xvid instead livac seems to solve my problem that mplayer uses
> PM> bitrate it wants regardless the one I specify in vbitrate=X
> LAVC MPEG4 codec don't use full bitrate if it is not needed, i.e. if
> quality with your settings has been reached. The common advice in this
> is to increase the resolution to gain more quality.
> If developers don't think its pointless - they can change LAVC codec so
> uses P frames instead of (some) B frames, and/or I frames instead of
> P frames if bitrate allows. It will largely increase bitrate and slightly
> quality. Maybe XVID does just that.
> (I will certainly be flamed for such suggestion :)
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