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Old August 3rd, 2006, 13:37:40   #21
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ah okey then ill just do an avi with xvid because h264 and avi is asking for problems. and i hope the audio transfer from my avi to mpeg2 will be okey. and that it wont be scewt up like last year. because that was just horrible.
I can handle H264 and AVI without any problems rellik.
The files will be transfered to DVD anyway
That from last year was a DVD Player issue as we discussed this that time after the AMV Compo
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Old August 4th, 2006, 22:08:35   #22
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Yeah

I'm considering entering the AMV contest but my idea will take a little time to make.. :P
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Old August 10th, 2006, 12:55:48   #23
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I need help with making my AMV 720x480, .avi and under 100 MB.

If I make it .avi it becomes 500 MB something. =\ And I have no idea on how to change the output. XD
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Old August 10th, 2006, 15:43:29   #24
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Use VirtualDub and use the XviD or x264 codec (look on google for virtualdub and check www.x264.nl for the codec, or download k-lite codec pack, which has got all the codecs + encoders).
Simply open the avi you made in there, open compressor for video, fix the bitrate to a nice setting, like 600 or 700 kbitrate and audio you can use whatever you feel like (as long as the encoder is set to MP3 or LameMp3).

If you need more help, try the tutorials @ www.doom9.org or look at www.digital-digest.com
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Old August 10th, 2006, 18:14:19   #25
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600 or 700 kbitrate thats a bit uhm low maybe for fansub its okey but for an amv its really really low
it must be more like 6000
best thing is to encode it as an first pass encode
if you want anyhelp with it just mail me because you have to cahnge some settings to get the proper result
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Old August 10th, 2006, 18:55:25   #26
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100MB is 800Mbit.
As the maximum length is 3 minutes, which makes 180 seconds.

So one may maximally use 4.44 mbit/second.
You want to use 200 or so kbit/second for audio and you want to have some wiggle room.
So I'd go for 4mbit/second for video myself.

Note: this is based purely on numbers, not on any experience with encoding.

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Old September 4th, 2006, 16:56:20   #27
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600 or 700 kbitrate thats a bit uhm low maybe for fansub its okey but for an amv its really really low
it must be more like 6000
best thing is to encode it as an first pass encode
if you want anyhelp with it just mail me because you have to cahnge some settings to get the proper result
Agreed.. Pleaaaase don't say you're going to use 600 for the final encode? ;P

I still have nothing. *Hits head* I now at least have a song. Without any lyrics so I can do a shameless action vid -_-;
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Old September 4th, 2006, 18:05:06   #28
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Wooh chibs your going to do an action vid.... okey looking forward to that one.

I was wondering how far everybody was with there amv.
i think im around 95% or so. got my fianl 2 dvd today so i can finish the final part soon
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As you all might know, the X.264 codec is superior to Xvid.
So I advice you all to use X.264 with your encodes so if you encode in a low bitrate, that the quality is still as great as possible.
If you do Xvid, try bitrate at 1200
For X.264 try bitrate 1000

And use 2 pass encoding
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Old September 17th, 2006, 13:37:02   #30
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well my vis is done and i am waiting for the ftp info to upload it ..

entered last year to with the FMP vid ^^. And well for the quality of my vid is not really a issue because i need to get the feeling that it is an really old video
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