|1000||0||"Single Pass"encodes to your specified bitrate or quality.
"Two-pass 1st pass" gathers statistics for the 2nd pass.
"Two-pass 2nd pass" uses 1st pass' statistics to encode at target file size or bitrate.|
|1008||0||Restrict the usage of MPEG-4 tools and limit the encoded bitrate such that bitstreams are compatible with hardware decoders.|
|1009||0||Higher settings give higher-quality results, at the cost of slower encoding.|
|1010||0||H.263 smooths the image whereas MPEG (slightly slower) sharpens.
Custom lets you define your own matrix.|
|1011||0||Choose what you would like the avi to identify itself as|
|1012||0||Maximum number of frames allowed between I-frames|
|1013||0||Turns on Lumi masking - applies more compression to dark/light areas that the eye can't notice easily|
|1014||0||Minimum quantizer allowed for I-frames. Only functional in 2-pass second pass.|
|1015||0||Maximum quantizer allowed for I-frames. Only functional in 2-pass second pass.|
|1016||0||Minimum quantizer allowed for P-frames.|
|1017||0||Maximum quantizer allowed for P-frames.|
|1018||0||Minimum quantizer allowed for B-frames, BEFORE ratio/offset scalling|
|1019||0||Maximum quantizer allowed for B-frames, BEFORE ratio/offset scalling|
|1020||0||Define your own MPEG quantization matrices. Quantization type must be set to "Custom" to affect encoding.|
|1021||0||A value of 20 will give 20% more bits to every I-frame|
|1022||0||If keyframes are close together, it might be useful to decrease the bitrate of all keyframes except the last one.
Use this to define how close must keyframes be to be reduced.|
|1023||0||Check this if you would like to skip the storage of the 1st pass output. It is often very large.|
|1025||0||The higher this value, the more bits get taken from frames larger than the average size, and redistributed to others|
|1026||0||The higher this value, the more bits get assigned to frames below the average frame size|
|1030||0||Location for 1st pass stats file to be saved to|
|1031||0||Location for 2nd pass curve stats to be loaded from|
|1051||0||Enable Xvid's internal CPU detection|
|1052||0||Override Xvid's internal CPU detection (not recommended)|
|1059||0||Load a pair of custom intra/inter matrices|
|1060||0||Save the current intra/inter matrices to a file|
|1203||0||Encodes frames as interlaced - only use if your source contains interlacing artifacts (i.e. fields instead of progressive frames)|
|1204||0||How much of the overflow the codec can eat into during oversized sections
Larger values will prevent oversized files better, but will also spoil quantizer distribution more.|
|1205||0||Maximum number of sequential B-frames.|
|1207||0||Ratio used to calculate the B-frame quantizer.
B-VOP quant = (AVG(past VOP quant, future VOP quant) * quant ratio + quant offset)|
|1210||0||How much of the overflow the codec can eat into during undersized sections.
Larger values will prevent undersized files better, but will also spoil quantizer distribution more.|
|1212||0||Determines how slowly it will adjust the current encoding quality based upon scene intensity - this has the strongest influence on quality|
|1213||0||Determines how slowly it adapts to the current adjusted quality|
|1214||0||Provides said number of frames worth of buffer between the adjusted encoding quality and lowest possible quality|
|1215||0||When enabled the P-frames and B-frames are packed together in the one bitstreams. This permits decoding without delay.
eg. [I] [PB] [B] [empty] [PB] [B] [empty] [P]
Packed bitstreams were introduced in DivX 5.01.|
|1224||0||Frame dropping ratio. 0 = no frame dropping .. 100 = drop all frames.|
|1227||0||Reduction of bitrate for the first consecutive i-frames. The last I-frame will get treated normally.|
|1231||0||Use Global Motion Compensation.|
|1232||0||Use Quarter PixEL resolution for encoding for a more precise motion compensation|
|1233||0||Use chroma information to detect motion (slower).|
|1234||0||B-frame quantizer offset from last P-frame quantizer; refer to B-frame quant ratio (above)|
|1238||0||VHQ enables an additional search process to increase quality (much slower).|
|1258||0||Restrict the usage of MPEG-4 tools and limit the encoded bitrate such that bitstreams are compatible with hardware decoders.|
|1262||0||Change the amount of B-frames in this zone. Recommended values are between -20 (almost no B-VOPs) and 30 (many B-VOPs).
The hardcoded maximum in profile/level will never be exceeded|
|1266||0||Closes every group-of-pictures before encoding new keyframe.|
|1274||0||Change quality of this zone relative to other zones. It's not recommended to go below 0,2|
|1278||0||Fix this zone's quality to desired quant|
|1279||0||Don't code colour information in this zone. You also have to force a keyframe, or old colour information will stay|
|1280||0||Interpolates colours in bright/dark areas for achieving a nicer edge impression|
|1282||0||Change the amount of b-frames in this zone. Recommended values are between -20 (almost no b-vops) and 30 (many b-vops).
The hardcoded maximum in profile/level will never be exceeded|
|1293||0||Restrict the usage of MPEG-4 tools and limit the encoded bitrate such that bitstreams are compatible with hardware decoders.|
|1294||0||Suggested VOP width (pixels)|
|1295||0||Suggested VOP height (pixels)|
|1296||0||Suggested VOP rate (frames-per-second)|
|1297||0||Video Memory Verifier (VMV):
The maximum number of macroblocks permitted per VOP.|
|1298||0||Video Complexity Verifier (VCV):
The maximum macroblocks decoded per second.|
|1299||0||Video Buffer Verifier (VBV):
The maximum size of the video decoder buffer. The encoded bitstream but not overflow or underflow this buffer.|
|1300||0||Maximum instantaneous bitrate.|
|1302||0||The target AVI bitrate, file size, or quantizer.|
|1306||0||Advanced, high quality quantization mode|
|1307||0||Toggle between quantizer, target bitrate, target file size|
|1341||0||Force a keyframe at the beginnig of the zone|
|1347||0||Enables special motion estimation features for cartoons/anime.|
|1349||0||0=Default from core (let Xvid decide). Else overflow payback percent per frame. Higher value will meet target file size better, but will also spoil quantizer distribution more.|
|1351||0||Display aspect ratio is used to scale the video on playback/anamorphic encoding).
Default 1:1 for no scaling necessary.|
|1369||0||Faster motion estimation for B-frames and quarterpel|
|1375||0||Target file or media size|
|1376||0||The file size of subtitles or other data files|
|1377||0||Select file size from existing subtitle file|
|1379||0||Calculated container format overhead (kbytes).|
|1384||0||Calculated average video bitrate (kilobits-per-second)
Note that "desired bitrate" setting in main window includes AVI overhead, so will be larger than this value.|
|1385||0||Calculated video size.
Note that "desired filesize" setting in main window includes AVI overhead, so will be larger than this value.|
|1389||0||Audio bitrate (kilobits-per-second)|
|1391||0||Select file size from existing audio file|