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Old 21 Mar 2006, 04:43 AM   #1
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Default avs filter required? w/cce or procoder2

is avs filter required if my original source is pretty clean already
i'm using either cce 2.50 or procoder2 w/dvdrb
the dvd files size is originally around 5 - 6G and will reauthor to dvd5 size

i've been using the avs filter below for my sopranos:
RemoveGrain(mode=2)
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asharp(1,2)
DCTFilter(1,1,1,1,1,1,0.5,0)

is the filters above pretty flexible for any kind of video quality or the filters set to strong for cleaner video

can someone provides a different setting for each filters above for soft, medium or harsh
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Old 21 Mar 2006, 05:50 AM   #2
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Look here there are settings for deen,asharp and the DCTfilter you just have to sift through it to find them
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dont use filter if there's no need for it
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what is the best filters (and settings) to use when trying to fit 5- 7G dvd file to dvd5 size???
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I had a hard time trying to make the Sopranos look good I showed what I used in that link I gave youThat method was the onlyway I got the sopranos to look good for me

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chris, there cannot be a correct or meaningful answer to this question because you will have to consider the following facts:

a 90 min movie compressed from 7 => 4.37 gb will look WAY better then
a 125min + bonus 35 min material compressed from 7 => 4.37gb

do you understand what i'm drivin at?

it is NOT the amount of compression in gb but the FINAL bitrate that matters!!!

should you face ~2200kbps than a good encoder (like procoder2 - c.f. this test) in addition to a smoothing filter like flux + undot may help providing better results

should you have ~3750kbps you better dont use filters unless your source may require something like a denoiser
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