VBR Encoding

vbimport

#1

Will DVD2One ever support VBR encoding allowing you to select the average/min/max bitrate and number of passes?

I realise this would take MUCH longer to encode but the quality would then be MUCH better (or at least as good as) that achieved by TMPEG-Enc doing VBR encoding, but with the nice easy to use interface of DVD2One.

I’ve tried the trial of DVD2One and am impressed but the above feature would make my purchase a copy.

Fook, I’d purchase 10 copies if it could do that !


#2

What you like to see is a 100% different application.
If you want to go the long encoding/high quality road (very sensible for certain films) I suggest you get Cinema Craft Encoder Basic ($58 http://www.cinemacraft.com/eng/product.html#basic ) and the freeware tool DVD2DVDr ( http://www.dvd2dvd-r.de/ ).


#3

Sorry, DVD2one will never become a encoder.


#4

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#5

Originally posted by lichtgestalt
What you like to see is a 100% different application.
If you want to go the long encoding/high quality road (very sensible for certain films) I suggest you get Cinema Craft Encoder Basic ($58 http://www.cinemacraft.com/eng/product.html#basic ) and the freeware tool DVD2DVDr ( http://www.dvd2dvd-r.de/ ).

Can you link a guide for that, and/or for same with full CCE2.5?


#6

loggy,

DVD2DVD-R is a frontend that does all the work for you, hence you don’t really have know about CCE or CCE Basic.
The site I linked provides only a German tutorial in the Download section (you need to register and log in to get there IIRC). They do have an English forum section though.
That’s where I got these links to off-site documentation:
http://users.pandora.be/DVD2DVD-R/UK-DVD2DVD-R.htm
http://www.mrbass.org/dvd2dvdr/
I haven’t looked at them so I dunno about their quality.

HTH


#7

Thanx…
After DaViDeoOnDVD I had my fill of German translation…!