I’ve never been a fan of CCE. Since the content is HD I do have to use Frame controls to resize the picture and have always gotten great results. I did send out a request with Omni-Craft to get the optimal settings for a true 24p DVD so hopefully I run the test again and give my results. Although I wish I could have just told them to give it up and face reality. On some things I have used the Basic version over bitVice, Compresssor and Digigami have not been able to Digigami website recently. Please let us know what you found out.
Time flies Wow, it’s been a year already?? I think I finally found a method that works for me. Tangentsoft pg4 – CinemaCraft Encoder test. Instead I was trying to zero in on an encoding artifact and what looks like interlacing artifacts. Hi David, I’ve never used Basic but I’d say that it probably will be and it’ll be a lot lot faster give or take the systems! I take it that you convert it with this flag? How to apply color correction using the Gradie
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That is truly “professional”. From speaking briefly with a rep from Omni-Cinemacraft, I matched the basic settings they recommended, and adapted the following work flow: Use it weekly — pretty much perfect.
Hi Todd, Thanks for your reply posting. I have to make sure that I’m acurate to within MBs on large projects and need to know the max I set will be adhered too. How can get rid of these interlacing lines on my stuff?
We’ve got Compressor but would certainly bitvisee a new program if it would allow us to keep the show and future shows in-house, but not if the hardware encode is going to give us a noticeably better result. You’ve helped me out a few times and I was only making the point that some of the more experienced cgaft here are big believers in separate steps sometimes, as you said.
Like it or not, price is a factor.
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Compressing already compressed material will almost always make the artifacts worse. Apple Watch Speciality level out of ten: Is it expensive in that context?
And those that are shot with video cameras do so using cameras that cost way more than your car and in some cases more than a house? CinemaCraft was the only encoder that made for a decent looking final However many of the people here work professionally or semi-professionally in video, and can either afford commercial products, or have tax incentives to purchase commercial products. VideoGuys Mineola, NY.
Perhaps if I had the Cinema Craft plugin for Compressor, the results would be as good as those of BitVice, but it’s hard to imagine that they’d be significantly better, based on crafh description in that article of how that plugin works.
An alternative might be Bitvice from Innobits.
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Feb 7, 9: If the HD version is anything like the SD version, you’ll soon realize that getting tight results requires you to get under the hood, and opening up options like Quantization Matrix’s, filter processes and bit allocation tweaking In my case, coming out of FCP and running through Color resulted in loss of the chapters track, and so I added it back.
Consequently, it crqft generally be faster cdaft software running on non-dedicated hardware, such as a PC. To be fair the SD can do this too. I find procoder to be best.
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Hi James, Yeah, it’s been a year If you have any questions, feel free to give me a shout. To start viewing messages, select the forum that you want to visit from the selection below. Amazing about all the things that can happen in a year. When I do see a difference the other guy in the room will often disagree with me about which looks better. As such, the software is locked in and cannot be upgraded.
So that was my experience.
DVD’s inerlacing artifacts, and just poor results
It cost about One important point to the original question, isn’t Procoder a very expensive product? Simply because professional DVDs are made from professionally shot and perfectly lit source material that has no or very few video artifacts to start with, no or few artifacts are added during the post-production process, and no or few extra artifacts are added during DVD compression either, because this has been done by skilled professionals using highly expensive hardware encoders and authoring software.
No manual bit allocation though. The CC SP2 is very impressive bitvide some more things I ran, looks real clear on some of the footage I ran through just now. Best wishes, Ronny Reply Quote Re: DVD’s inerlacing artifacts, and just poor results.