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    TVSuite V-6 Very slow for Quickstream and Add Detective

    I think the ad-detective defaults may have changed a little in version 6. You can set those to match version 5 if you like those better. I am unable to reproduce the "slower" results you first reported, and your own tests seem to rule those out. Impressions are what they are.
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    TVSuite V-6 Very slow for Quickstream and Add Detective

    I have tested V5 against V6, and I am unable to duplicate your results across the board, although I have seen some differences with individual sources. With others, QSF is quite a bit faster in V6. There are a lot of good things going on under the hood that weren't present in V5.
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    Zoom recording hangs QSF

    Yes, they've pulled some tricks to get "acceptable" results at suboptimal bitrates. I ran ffprobe and got one I-frame followed by 899 P-frames and 0 B-frames. 780 Kbps, which is low even for talking heads.
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    Zoom recording hangs QSF

    Btw, Zoom recordings have a GOP of 36 seconds (900 frames / 25 fps.
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    Which AAC encoder is used in VRD?

    ffmpeg doesn't sound as good, either.
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    Which AAC encoder is used in VRD?

    Just curious, the 5.1 output from AC3 5.1 DVDs is surprisingly good!
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    Zoom recording hangs QSF

    Good Catch! There are a few things "odd" about these Zoom files, including single-channel audio and 11 Ref frames, despite substandard video bitrate. Maybe a preset to make them "normal" mp4 (whatever that is)? I'll run some tests; I've got extra time on my hands and a handful of Zoom recordings.
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    Zoom recording hangs QSF

    OK, it's solved. Doubling the GOP length (30) didn't work, but quadrupling it to 60 seconds did work.
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    Zoom recording hangs QSF

    Is it the single audio channel that's causing QSF to fail?
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    Zoom recording hangs QSF

    Nope. that didn't work. But Recoding to the Android 720p template worked without incident.
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    Zoom recording hangs QSF

    Here's a link to the log file. https://drive.google.com/file/d/1-tiqFGHPxG7DfmKCtiBnD6T5ZMRyJLge/view?usp=sharing
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    Zoom recording hangs QSF

    I have a client's Zoom recording that causes the lightning bolt to turn yellow and the clock to run on when I QSF at the default Fast Stream Copy settings. When I recode it, it seems to run OK.
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    Max Bitrate Not Matching Profile After Encoding

    Regarding your original question, Max Bitrate can be constrained more closely by setting vbv-maxrate and vbv-bufsize to the same value in an x264 command line, for instance: --vbv-maxrate 10000 --vbv-bufsize 10000 I'm pretty sure these won't work in NVENC, since most presets are predetermined.
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    Max Bitrate Not Matching Profile After Encoding

    I suspect the reason you are seeing these limitations is because your BluRay burner or Virtual Drive is not being correctly recognized by DVDA: or, you are not in the correct menu, which can be easy to miss. I can assure you categorically, no such limitations exist within the program itself...
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    Max Bitrate Not Matching Profile After Encoding

    1. DVD Architect has no such maximum bitrate limitation. Since the average BluRay bitrate is around 25Mbps, I'm wondering where you got that impresssion? 2. DVD Architect will always re-encode your non-Vegas files, so you are degrading quality and losing a lot of time by doing so. 3. Vegas has...
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    Max Bitrate Not Matching Profile After Encoding

    BluRay movies typically have a maximum bitrate around 40Mbps. Your authoring software should require nothing more restrictive as you seem to indicate.
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    Extract 5.1 channels?

    The audio is noncompliant
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    DVD has video pixelation

    Also, Tivo has upscaled your DVD to 1280x720. It will look less pixelated if you encode it as SD format in VideoRedo. I see @Dan203 mentioned this in his test instructions.
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    Extract 5.1 channels?

    In addition to being inexplicably HE, it s also 32 bit! Also known as a Frankenfile; why would anyone expect a video decoder to open it? Just in case you know who gave you the file, accepted audio for video is 48 KhZ, 16 bit.
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    Video Colour Difference in Editing Windows in Version 5 and Version 6

    What Dan is saying is that given correct flags, the output file will have the correct levels and primaries. This is independent of the preview, which may show variations as he described.
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