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Old 12th August 2020, 07:25   #1  |  Link
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Smaller files with SSIM tune

I was using staxrip to do some testing on 4k HDR files. Using x265, i was trying to work out what settings i should use, with the ssim tune, as i did for x264 in handbrake for 1080p blurays.

Its true for both x264 in handbrake, and x265 in staxrip, that the ssim tune produces produces smaller files than using the film or no tune for x264 and x265 respectively.

I thought that using the psy stuff that ssim tune disables makes the encode more efficient? Shouldnt this produce smaller files?
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