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    Default CQ quality setting

    I have heard that in TMPGEnc a CQ of 70 is good enough with lets say Max 3000 BR for a good quality encode and beyond that it just adds to the size without much differrence to the quality.

    Is that true, has someone experimented with this ???

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    i doubt a constant quality setting with a MAXIMUM of 3000kbps will be something i'd ever use

    an average MAYBE but max? - no way

    cq70, however, should lead to something decent as opposed to cq 40 but the 3000kbps as a max value should be way too little

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    Quote Originally Posted by UncasMS
    i doubt a constant quality setting with a MAXIMUM of 3000kbps will be something i'd ever use

    an average MAYBE but max? - no way

    cq70, however, should lead to something decent as opposed to cq 40 but the 3000kbps as a max value should be way too little
    What according to you should be a good Bitrate with CQ percent for a good quality encode without adding unnecessary MB's using TMPGenc.....generally.

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    i am not aware that you can ONLY choose a max bitrate

    if i rember correctly you'd have to choose min and max bitrate in tmpeg

    go for something like 500min and 6000max with a cq value of 65-75

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