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Old 17th April 2020, 18:58   #1  |  Link
tugatomsk9
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50fps HEVC with VHS video

I have a ton of home recorded and edited motorsports videos on VHS that I'd like to capture. It will have to be done with composite cables and a MAGIX pen because at the moment I can't afford either a better PC or a better video capture device... (all PCI and PCIe slots are in use).

My goal is to produce QTGMC deinterlaced 50fps at approximately 576p (probably less due to some slight cropping needed) with an average video bitrate of 800-1000 kbps.

I've heard that HEVC is extremely useful at low bitrates, so I was thinking of using the "very slow" preset given the high framerate. Is it overkill? Should I also use 10bit for the banding?

Or is HEVC not all that's cracked up to be and I should just go with 8bit x264 at a higher bitrate?

Last edited by tugatomsk9; 17th April 2020 at 19:01. Reason: grammar
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