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  1. If you're creating ina interlaced video you have to encode interlaced. Enter --tff in the extra options box.
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  2. Originally Posted by DB83 View Post
    Would that not be the default since I have never altered any such settings in vlc and I played the clip fine in Win7/64.
    I believe the default is Automatic -- it will pick the the renderer itself depending on OS version, hardware, etc. I don't know how you can determine which renderer it's using but I believe it will normally use one of the D3D or DX devices. I don't think any player since the W98 days would use Windows GDI by default.
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  3. Im really thankful for helping me out
    Will render it with ttf flag. Btw. with such a settings as previous screen is enough to get video without quality loss? Or should I change Ratefactor to left (better quality)?
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  4. CRF 23 is a bit low. For HD material I usually use 20, 18 for SD. The slow preset is a good compromise of speed and quality. But a lot depends on your particular requirements: things like playback restrictions, upload issues, archival vs. just for watching, personal taste, etc.
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  5. I did render even in loseless format, but somehow at the end of project there is a phase between sound and video. ;/
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  6. Can it be because some of source files are in 25 fps and other ones are 29 fps? If yes, how can force decrease 29 to 25?
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  7. Basically I figure it out bout quantizer etc. but each x264 render video starts about 1 second after audio.
    Is this some known issue?
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  8. The delay is not caused by h.264 encoding. Your source probably has a 1 second delay. The audio and video don't have to start or end at the same time. Nor do they have to have the same length. To advance the audio by 1 second set the audio delay to -1 second.
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  9. But why the same project rendered via MainConcept AVC/AAC is okay then? Oh, and I saw that video rendered via h.264 has some "corrupted blocks" randomly.
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  10. Originally Posted by Darret View Post
    But why the same project rendered via MainConcept AVC/AAC is okay then?
    Probably because it uses different settings. Ie, not 16 reference frames and 8 bframes.

    Originally Posted by Darret View Post
    Oh, and I saw that video rendered via h.264 has some "corrupted blocks" randomly.
    There are many possible causes for problems like that: computer overheating during encoding, source filters having problems with random seeks, etc.
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