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Old 21 May 2006, 05:13 PM   #1
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I didn't know this was out I thought I would post in case others are unaware
QuEnc v0.70

Changes from QuEnc v0.61 to QuEnc v0.70
  • improved 1 pass ratecontrol
  • improved 2 pass ratecontrol
  • improved ac3 encoding low volume problem
  • fixed last frames at constant quant
  • fixed if max bitrate higher than target bitrate
  • fixed 24fps video encoding
  • changed ac3 downmix levels to -3dB and dialnorm to -27dB (Dolbys reccomended settings)
  • changed mpeg2mux(cli option) to automatically sets QuEnc to mpeg2 mode
  • changed extreme setting to not use trellis, tick manually if you want that aswell
  • changed other extreme settings
  • changed auto max bitrate to x2 if over 3000kbps
  • added mpeg1mux cli option ,automatically sets QuEnc to mpeg1 mode
  • added mpeg4mux cli option ,automatically sets QuEnc to mpeg4 mode
  • added pulldown option(must use interlaced encoding)
  • added mpeg4 video mode(specifically PSP profile compatible)
  • added aac audio encoding with mpeg4 mode
  • added mp3 audio encoding with mpeg4 and snow modes
  • added audiocodec cli options aac and mp3 for mpeg4 mode
  • added separate mux option to mpeg2 encoding and mpeg2mux(cli)
  • added source properties detection to some better display options
  • removed -mpeg1 and -mpeg2 cli options, use their mux options instead
  • increase mpeg1 buffer size to 224 if max bitrate over 1800kbps or constant quant
  • increased buffer size to 392 if max bitrate over 9800kbps(DVD max)
  • exposed snow mode (not reccomended for anything but experimentation)



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Old 21 May 2006, 05:49 PM   #3
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I've never tried this encoder. Might give it a go one time.
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Old 22 May 2006, 12:50 PM   #4
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According to dragongodz @ Doom if you downloaded 0.70 then please redownload it. it should have 70b in the filename. Links for 70b can be found here
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Thanks for the notice. I wonder how good this one is. So many good encoders (freeware). I don't know which one to stick to!
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