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Old 13th November 2009, 15:01   #1  |  Link
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need help getting good quality out of tmpgenc 4 using in built main concept AVC codec

hey guys i know mainconcept in tmpgenc4 is not going to live up to x264 but i thought i would ask you guys what settings i should use and what setting you guys use to obtain good quality image. i have included 2 screens to show what options i need help with. hope to hear from you guys soon. thanks regards Marty.
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For the motion estimation subpel mode the largest size is the worst. More reference frames are and more b-frames can be better. If the setting actually controls the maximum number of b-frames and the actual number is decided adaptively then more are better.
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For the motion estimation subpel mode the smallest option is 'quarter pixel' should i use that ?? Maximum number of reference frames it would let me increase is 16. B-frames increased to a maximum of 3. Think these settings will help ? thanks you your advice. regards Marty.

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