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  1. is there anyway we can set min bitrate for CRF mode? in CRF mode dark scene looks really bad. so i want to set min bitrate to make the dark scene better.
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  2. Originally Posted by firekid View Post
    is there anyway we can set min bitrate for CRF mode? in CRF mode dark scene looks really bad. so i want to set min bitrate to make the dark scene better.

    Not directly ; but you can influence a certain minimum quality indirectly


    You can set a hard limit on qpmax, but it's probably not what you want - it can negatively impact other sections, especially simple sections like titles etc.. will be overdistributed

    You can play with aq modes (mode 3 places bias to dark scenes specifically) and aq strengths, qcomp - but that will usually increase bitrate everywhere , not just dark scenes. ie. Filesize will usually be much larger than what it has to be.

    Or you can either specify zones manually, such as a bitrate multipler over specific sections. That is probably the most effective, but the most work, because you have to identify ranges
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  3. identify the dark film frame ranges and apply crf by zones.. eg (in x264)

    --zones 21140,21380,crf=15/55973,59840,crf=15/79880,80267,crf=15
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  4. thanks for reply, i used qpmax 27, looks better now
    Last edited by firekid; 20th Oct 2018 at 16:53.
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