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Passes with CCE

Discussion in 'Video to DVD' started by Daemon404, Mar 17, 2005.

  1. Daemon404

    Daemon404 Regular member

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    I just backed up a move using DVD-RB and CCE. It has great quality. I used 2 passes. My question is, if i used, say, 4 or 6 passes, what difference would I see in the quality and would it be worth teh extra encoding time?
     
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    well i guess im not gonna get an answer.
     
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    From what i've heard you won't get any noticable quality improvement with more then 4 passes. If you want a lot of improvement encoding at low bitrate use RB Opt and choose the proper matrice. Using different matrices will add extra time but the quality improvement can be substansial.
     
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    @ Daemon404
    Have done in excess of 250 movies with DVD-RB and CCE
    and no appreciable gain after 3 passes.
     
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    Oh well. I usually do 4, but this movie need lots of compression so i did 6.
     

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