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    Optimal bitrate setting for encoding video??

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    I'm experimenting using Super C to convert video to the AVI format for my phone. So far, it works great, but I want a file that shows clear video without using the highest bitrate setting since that produces a bigger file. What would be a good balance for small filesize and a good picture?

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    Re: Optimal bitrate setting for encoding video??

    I suggest using one of the applications do just do it all for you, its easy and the results are beautiful. A stacker in the forums has a nice free one that works perfectly.


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    Re: Optimal bitrate setting for encoding video??

    Baconismidog is the guys name, his software is the bomb and free.


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    Re: Optimal bitrate setting for encoding video??

    I'm transcoding my videos to 240x180 res, 64kbps mp3 audio and a 230k mpeg video stream, they look really good. I simply used all the recommend params from the Video Encoding thread here on Pinstack and over on BBF.

    Some videos look better than others -- obviously the mpegs come out the best since I doubt there's any transcoding at all just an adjustment downwards of the streams. In some cases I get better results using an original Quicktime MOV file than I do trying to make a new version of it, the BlackBerry seems to handle MOV files really well on it's own that are mpeg inside (not h.263 or whatever that is).

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