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  1. I read online and tried a lot of software, because I just learned about video so I don't know which software publishes the best video of high quality.
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  2. Originally Posted by Edwardstark View Post
    I read online and ...
    Yeh be careful about that one

    Originally Posted by Edwardstark View Post
    I don't know which software publishes the best video of high quality.
    Well that's a little difficult to answer with such little information. It's probably more about the settings than the program.

    What are you trying to do? blu-ray/dvd/video to mp4/mkv/avi? What programs did you like the 'feel' of? What was it about these programs you liked/disliked?
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    Originally Posted by video.baba View Post
    .... It's probably more about the settings than the program....
    That's what I'm thinking. Encoding isn't simple.
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    Just a couple of generalities (if you intend to, say, publish to Youtube, for example):
    1. Start with the highest quality original or transfer, maintaining high quality throughout (means lots of drive space consumed for high bitrate stuff).
    2. Maintain high quality throughout editing/compositing/processing workflow by using lossless, or near-lossless, intermediate files.
    3. Process as minimally as necessary, with fewest round-trip changes (aka do least harm)
    4. Determine best quality option for upload channel and only convert to it once from D.I.'s (from #2 above). Perhaps even going higher than native rez/rate, to see how publishing channel behaves with it.
    5. Test, test, test. - changing only one variable at a time.

    Could give you more, but you'll need to give much more details about your intentions and your current setup & workflows.

    Scott
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