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Re: ffmpeg target ntsc-dvd bitrate-setting (-b) not working

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Reuben MartinRe: ffmpeg target ntsc-dvd bitrate-setting (-b) not working
by on Nov 2, 2013 at 12:03:12 am

Besides those 2 options, most other settings available to up the quality for mpeg2 have to do with motion detection. Although one other thing that can improve quality quite significantly is to flag the codec to use an interlaced DCT if your original source happens to be interlaced. (If your source is interlaced and you don't force the codec to respect that, it can smear the video)

A quick place to start would be here:
FFMPEG FAQ

You can use that as a starting place for options to look up and see what they do, and how you might what to deviate from the standard setting, in the general codec documentation.


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