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Old 11 Dec 2002, 10:54 PM   #1
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Default please tell me if i'm good at encoding

I made a cheap website that I'd very much would appreciate it if you visit and download a trailer I encoded.

http://www.geocities.com/allentron

Post for ANY kind of comments, please

I will be posting other trailers too.

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Old 11 Dec 2002, 11:25 PM   #2
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Little can be said by looking at that low a resolution (IVTC is obviously not an issue). But your cropping seems to be at bit off on the left and right. This probably decrease compressability by 2-3%.

And of course I don't agree with your choice of audio codec. IMHO lame vbr mp3 is a better choice.
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Old 11 Dec 2002, 11:39 PM   #3
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I understand completly

Right now I am encoding an anime trailer (Gasaraki)
I will try svcd type resolution (480) ,higher bitrate (2mbit), and ofcourse lame 96kbit ABR.

I am trying to make files as small as possible; I even tried audio at 32KHz

But Gasaraki is great for a proyect. It has alot of effects, a couple of fast scene changes and a great soundtrack.

For a beginner, I think this a great test.

I wish I could post the original VOBs from which I ripped them; then you could compare. Maybe I could upload to freedrive or something when I get DSL.

What you think?
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Old 12 Dec 2002, 02:32 AM   #4
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ogg vorbis audio should be nice to

when it is made possible
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Old 12 Dec 2002, 03:07 AM   #5
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OGG vorbis isnt a good choice for divx audio. Ive tried working with it before with no success at all. While nandub offers muxing support for OGG Vorbis, but it crashed whenever i tried to use it. I also tried making an OGGmux file with no sucess as well. MP3 VBR seems to be the best you can do for now.
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when it is made possible

It is possible, do some reading, there are several postings about this in this forum.
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While nandub offers muxing support for OGG Vorbis, but it crashed whenever i tried to use it.
Ogg should not be used with the avi container.

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I also tried making an OGGmux file with no sucess as well. MP3 VBR seems to be the best you can do for now.
Just because you can't figure out how to use it, does not mean that others should'nt try it. Just follow the guides at www.doom9.org
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yes off course i know it is already possible but i also know it is very hard to do and ist not very compatible yet
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yes off course i know it is already possible but i also know it is very hard to do and ist not very compatible yet
You will find how eye-opening reading new articles are and be surprised at what the Ogg Vorbis DS Implementation can do to OGM files...
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ogg / ogm works very fine for me and i consider it superior to mp3!
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