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deep analysis and aec worth it?

Discussion in 'DVD Shrink forum' started by smyle1977, Aug 12, 2004.

  1. smyle1977

    smyle1977 Member

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    I read about the quality settings, and I remember reading somewhere in AD that deep analysis is worth it, but what about the adaptive error compensation? I normally only burn the movies themselves for less compression, and if the AEC isn't worth it, I'd like to hear about it.
     
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    If you only burn the movie itself, since most movies are 2 hours or less you don't really need to use any of the new quality settings. Your compression is going to be around 100% anyway. The quality settings only come into play when using compression.
     
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    yea, but most of my movies are retaining 86% or so. And some I do want the features, what about then?
     
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    Ahhh, so you do want menu and extras. When I use shrink, if it goes over 5% I use the quality settings, some don't until 10% or more. I don't mind the extra time for quality, I'll spend a lot more time watching it than I will burning it down the road.
     
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    So the AEC would be worth using, keeping it on smoothness maybe? Or would deep analysis be the only one worthwhile? Thanks for your input.
     
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    I think so, but i usually go with the default setting sharpness, too much sharpness might lose smoothness in action scenes and visa versa.
     
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    hmm, I'll have to experiment now, thanks for the help!
     

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