- 2010-05-31 10:57:29 GMT
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*** 2-pass 272p encodings for computers (PC, Mac), PS3 or Xbox, portable and mobile devices (Ipod, Itouch) . *** *** Video is 480x272 H264; audio is 44.1 kHz/stereo AAC LC and container is MP4. *** "Home" of my torrents (for Bookmark/Favorites in your browser) http://thepiratebay.se/user/twentyforty NOTE: 272p = frame-size 480x272 pixels, 16:9 aspect ratio, playable on all kinds of MP4 capable devices/players/playback systems 360p = frame-size 640x360 pixels, 16:9 aspect ratio, middle-format, playback as for 272p (except streaming) 480p = frame-size 720x480 pixels for 16:9 aspect ratio (TV) or 720x304 for 2.35:1 (movies/theatrical AR) 720p = frame-size 1280x720 pixels for 16:9 aspect ratio (TV) or 1280x544 for 2.35:1 (movies/theatrical AR), hardware intensive Most problems people have are with frame-sizes 1280x720 (720p). I recommend and have used one system for years - CoreCodec for H264 ("Deblocking" set to "Standard") and part of DivX7 for AAC. Both are proved perfect, fastest and provide seamless playback up to 1080p on new generation of computers. Newer NVIDIA graphic cards processors (GPU) decode H264 using dedicated subroutines directly served from CoreCodec (I have an ATI card, just in case you were wondering). Problems one can have may come from either one of the following and/or a combination of these â€“ the playback system itself, a malfunctioning device or lack of knowledge. For instance, any so called "jerky" playback of "system-heavy" 720p comes from insufficient CPU and graphic engine power or simply - overloaded computer. Use of ddshow filters and "codecs" is suicidal. This is not Russian 720p Matroska format ("official" 720p) and completely different setup is required (extremely high bit-rates of .mkv 720p to some extent "hide" bad encoding style). In low bit-rate H264, such as mine, those errors and bad technique cannot be hidden and therefore are avoided as much as possible. Any 'blurriness' of video comes from less-than-recommended media player. VLC and a few other players are the most versatile and, generally speaking, good - but quality is 10-20% lower. Any â€˜blockinessâ€™ comes from 'system-too-slow' situation, when decoding engine of ones device become over-capacitated and cannot process all frames as it supposed to. On "I have no video" and "I have no sound" I don't waste my time as this is generally a complete lack of knowledge and/or understanding. RTFM is the best response I can give. MP4 is absolutely ISO 14496-1 compliant. There are no B-frames, no CABAC entropy in 272p and 360p, no strange filtering and no AV weirdness of any kind. Recommended resolution for computers is 1024x768 (no matter frame-size). PS3 + HDMI cable + newer TV have been reported as best combination. I am very proud on sound quality and hence I recommend use of stereo system and proper loudspeakers (connect Line Out of Soundcard or standalones with Line In of any Stereo rack). I encode H264 for six years and I have experienced (first-hand) any problem one might have or imagine. I have heard almost every â€˜complaintâ€™ out there and would, if asked POLITELY, be happy to answer questions and give as much help as humanly possible I always have. NOTE 2.: 720p (350 MB) version comes later, choose one you need (wisely).
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