I am Sorenson Squeeze user, please tell me how should I modify these options in H.264 codec to result best, highest output video quality. (I don't mind and don't care about encoding speed or CPU performance. just need best quality) thanks...
here are the options:
or you can see them with these images:
Bitrate Buffer: * bits
VBV Buffer Initial: * %
VBV Buffer Target: * %
Max I-frame Size: * bits
Max P-frame Size: * bits
Max B-frame Size: * bits
Max Br-frame Size: * bits
Mark Every: * I-Frame as IDR
Fixed I-Frames Distance (yes or no)
Motion Vector Search Range: * (0........1000)
Adaptive Quantization - Brightness Based * (-100...........100)
Adaptive Quantization - Contrast Based * (-100...........100)
Adaptive Quantization - Complexity Based * (-100...........100)
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No, I have purchased 999$ pro version of Squeeze. so I am really excited to learn compression techniques.
(I don't mind and don't care about encoding speed or CPU performance. just need best quality)
If you need the HRD Conformance you should normally have some restrictions that need to be fulfilled and normally given through indirect infos, i.e. content needs to be Blu-ray/AVCHD conform or needs to match a specific H.264 Profile&Level.
So if you have such a indirect restriction and Sorenson does not offer a specific profile to match your restriction you need to look up how to interpret your restriction in a way that they can be mapped to the options provided in the 'HRD Conformance' section.
than disable the HRD Conformance
you are right
see we all do mistakes
I know the 'leaving' vs. 'living' was just too 'funny' since it provoked a lot of interpretations, in that thread.
Your English is better than my German....
While I think actually posting to correct grammar/typos like 'than' for 'then' is severely assholish (though I learned a long time ago that forums are full of belligerent dicks), I agree that for $800, with the sort of automation claimed, the OP shouldn't have to be asking these sort of questions. There should be comprehensive presets and tech support.
For reference re. h.264, the avidemux dokuwiki has the best explanation in one place I've seen.
While I think actually posting to correct grammar/typos like 'than' for 'then' is severely assholish (though I learned a long time ago that forums are full of belligerent dicks),
me neither + it was just a nice coincidence that I first corrected Atak and than he corrected me
you did it again than instead of then. I've noticed that this is quite common mistake made by german people. Interesting. Cruncher on forum.doom9.org does the same.
LOL, you are right,.. it's probably because we use totally different written words in german for it:
than <> 'als' (used for comparison)
then <> 'dann' (used for time)
I've seen people born and raised on English confuse than and then.....don't sweat it.