Mon Nov 3 13:03:41 PST 2008
scene and teh statistics gathered by the first pass.
The encoder will most likely select in the first pass data a -v setting
(quantisation matrix ?) to finally have an average bitrate that matches -V.
So we both agree on this vision.
If the developpers could confirm how it is supposed to work :D ?
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</div>Zik Zak escribi=F3:<br>
Hi Zik Zak:<br>
> Yes you have to use the -V =A0switch, and you can also use the -v swit=
> specify a minimum quality at the same time.<br>
</div>Does that mean that -V specifies the average bitrate, and -v specifie=
in some way, the minimum bitrate?</blockquote><div><br>Hi,<br><br>I'm o=
nly an enduser of the codec so I can't be sure about the technical stuf=
f.<br>From my point of view -v is used for a minimum quality, depending of =
the scene and teh statistics gathered by the first pass.<br>
The encoder will most likely select=A0 in the first pass data a -v setting =
(quantisation matrix ?) to finally have an average bitrate that matches -V.=
<br><br>So we both agree on this vision.<br><br>If the developpers could co=
nfirm how it is supposed to work :D ?<br>
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