Topic Title: Video Quality settings
Topic Summary: Does anyone have a solid idea of the best settings?
Created On: 02/02/2013 12:23 PM
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 02/02/2013 12:23 PM
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mdank4493
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So, by now just about every AMD graphics processor can apply those video quality settings without any issues. There is no guide or even forum that mentions the optimal quality settings for watching movies on your computer. 

Examples: Edge-Enhancement, De-noise, Mosquito noise reduction, De-blockin, deinterlacing, etc. Has anybody found the best settings for making your videos to look like they should with computer enhancements.  

 02/02/2013 01:07 PM
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Because there is no such thing as "best settings", it's all subjective, and also dependent on the source video.

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 02/02/2013 03:00 PM
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Default is the best. The options are there only if you know that you want to change something, it gives you the possibility. If you have no trouble, just leave them alone.



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 02/02/2013 05:44 PM
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If you are looking for quality then nothing beats LAV Filters and madVR as a renderer 

 

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 02/02/2013 06:36 PM
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I understand it's subjective, but for someone who wants want AMD can offer there must be someone who's spent some time tweaking with those settings that found the right set of variables. Default only enables edge enhancement and De-noise. What about mosquito noise reduction and de-blocking? 

 02/02/2013 08:24 PM
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Originally posted by: mdank4493 I understand it's subjective, but for someone who wants want AMD can offer there must be someone who's spent some time tweaking with those settings that found the right set of variables. Default only enables edge enhancement and De-noise. What about mosquito noise reduction and de-blocking? 

 

They can come in handy if you want to watch some 30-year-old VHS rip which was encoded with divx 3 at 200kb/s. But let's be honest, something like that is very rare. People usually use at least DVD quality these days.



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 02/02/2013 09:42 PM
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Those who want the best, and because of the operative term - subjective - will do a search and read tutorials to learn the terminology and how it is applied, or just start tweaking the settings, observe the results and decide what they like based on their observation. They don't rely on someone else's time, or idea of what looks best. No matter how you cut it. What is best for you does not apply to everyone.

 

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