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Old 14 Mar 2007, 07:54 AM   #1
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Hello gang, I'm new to DVD Rebuilder, can't wait to try it out. From what I've been reading sounds like an awesome program. I just installed the freebie version and updated to HC020. If I like it I'll probably get the pro version. In your opinion, when doing a high compression movie say 60%, do you prefer to use the HC Encoder in best mode or QuEnc w/Trellis Quantization? I understand that either way will take a long time, but for now time is not a factor. Thanks
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IMO HC Enc , in best mode.. But if time is not a factor,then try both and see the results yourself. Others will have their own opinion/preferences! this is just mine.....
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For one, throw all ideas of "compression" out the window and start to work in bitrates. HC is an excellent encoder.

I can thoroughly recommend the Pro version - the additional features such as segment editing are awesome. At some stage down the track, you may also wish to experiment with different (professional) encoders.

But certainly HC020 will see you right - you can also look at changing encoding matrices to suit the source material.

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when doing a high compression movie say 60%, do you prefer to use the HC Encoder in best mode
HC will do good work but anything lower then that I would highly recommend you use AutoQMatEnc.For high bitrate stuff I like using QuEnc w/Trellis Quantization it does a great job the only downside is that with Trellis enabled it is a slow process but the video quality it puts out is well worth the wait IMHO
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Old 14 Mar 2007, 01:50 PM   #5
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Thank you Gents for your replies, I guess I've got some experimenting to do.
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