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Old 8 Mar 2004, 04:09 AM   #1
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Does more passes always mean better quality? What are passes anyway? With 2 passes I get very sharp quality, but at times there are subtle, white horizontal bands (about 30% of the screen in height) across the screen. Will a 3rd pass remove these perhaps?
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IMO no. Using 2 pass VBR analyses the video and allows a higher bitrate for high action scenes and a lower bitrate for low action scenes. This basically gives a smaller encoded file.
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Ok, thanks for your response.
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