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Video > HD - TV shows
350.15 MiB (367161884 Bytes)
Spoken language(s):
English, Spanish
Texted language(s):
English, Spanish, Italian
2010-05-03 17:09:59 GMT
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*** 2-pass 720p encoding for computers (PC, Mac), PS3 or Xbox. ***
*** Video is 1280x720 H264; audio is 44.1 kHz/stereo AAC LC and container is MP4. ***

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SUBTITLES: external, English, English for hearing impaired, Spanish, Italian.


[ About file ]

Name: Breaking.Bad.S03E07.720p.HDTV.H264.mp4
Date: 3/05/2010 16:36:24
Size: 367,013,388 bytes (350.011 MB)

[ Generic infos ]

Play duration: 00:47:04 (2824.451666 s)
Container type: MP4/MOV
Major brand: Apple AAC audio w/ iTunes info version 0
Compatible brands: ISO Base Media, JVT AVC
Creation time: 2/05/2010 14:36:05 UTC
Modification time: 2/05/2010 14:36:05 UTC
Number of streams: 2
Type of stream nr. 1: audio (AAC Low complexity) {GPAC ISO Audio Handler}
Type of stream nr. 2: video (avc1) {GPAC ISO Video Handler}
Audio streams: 1

[ Relevant data ]

Resolution: 1280 x 720
Width: multiple of 32
Height: multiple of 16
Average DRF: 28.160545
Standard deviation: 1.173248
Std. dev. weighted mean: 1.153150

[ Video track ]

Codec: avc1
Resolution: 1280 x 720
Frame aspect ratio: 16:9 = 1.777777
Pixel aspect ratio: 1:1 = 1
Display aspect ratio: 16:9 = 1.777777
Framerate: 23.976023 fps
Number of frames: 67713
Bitrate: 972.813471 kbps

[ Audio track ]

Codec: AAC Low complexity
Bitrate: 64.516349 kbps
Channels: 2
Sample rate: 44100 Hz

[ About H.264 encoding ]

User data: x264
User data: core 59
User data: H.264/MPEG-4 AVC codec
User data: Copyleft 2003-2008
User data:
User data: cabac=1
User data: ref=3
User data: deblock=1:0:0
User data: analyse=0x1:0x131
User data: me=dia
User data: subme=6
User data: brdo=1
User data: mixed_ref=1
User data: me_range=16
User data: chroma_me=1
User data: trellis=1
User data: 8x8dct=0
User data: cqm=0
User data: deadzone=21,11
User data: chroma_qp_offset=0
User data: threads=3
User data: nr=0
User data: decimate=1
User data: mbaff=0
User data: bframes=0
User data: keyint=250
User data: keyint_min=25
User data: scenecut=40(pre)
User data: rc=2pass
User data: bitrate=973
User data: ratetol=1.0
User data: rceq='blurCplx^(1-qComp)'
User data: qcomp=1.00
User data: qpmin=10
User data: qpmax=51
User data: qpstep=4
User data: cplxblur=20.0
User data: qblur=0.5
User data: ip_ratio=1.40
User data: aq=2:1.00
SPS id: 0
  Profile: [email protected]
  Num ref frames: 3
  Aspect ratio: Square pixels
  Chroma format idc: YUV 4:2:0
PPS id: 0 (SPS: 0)
  Entropy coding type: CABAC
  Weighted prediction: No
  Weighted bipred idc: No
  8x8dct: No
Number of frames: 67713
Drop/delay frames: 0
Corrupted frames: 0

P-slices: 67225 ( 99.279 %) #########################
B-slices:     0 (  0.000 %)                          
I-slices:   488 (  0.721 %)                          
SP-slices:     0 (  0.000 %)                          
SI-slices:     0 (  0.000 %)                          

[ DRF analysis ]

Average DRF: 28.160545
Standard deviation: 1.173248
Max DRF: 33

DRF33:     0 (  0.000 %)                          

P-slices average DRF: 28.178966
P-slices std. deviation: 1.152860
P-slices max DRF: 33

I-slices average DRF: 25.622950
I-slices std. deviation: 1.193066
I-slices max DRF: 29

[ Profile compliancy ]

Profile to check: MTK PAL 6000
Resolution: 1280 x 720 > 720 x 576
Framerate: 23.976023  25
Min buffer fill: 39%


I recommend CoreCodec for H264 (avc1, x264) video-playback, free DivX 7 for AAC sound-playback (and .mkv with AAC), Haali splitter (free, comes with CoreCodec) as the fastest and best combination for Windows Media Player. This is what I use.
VLC player (free), mplayer (free) and KMplayer (free) are available as alternative for all platforms (operating systems) out there and have BUILT-IN codecs and MP4 capabilities. But, video quality is approx. 10-15% lower, blurrier at least on system I have.
One can try CCCP matroska codec pack, where ffdshow codec/filter packs and Haali splitter comes in one package and support MP4 playback - but extra caution is required during the install process.
QuickTime of course, supports H264/AAC natively.
MP4 is ISO 14496-1(H264 video & AAC LC sound) .
recommended resolution for computers is 1024x768..
PS3 + HDMI cable + newer TV have been reported as best combination.
I am very proud on sound quality and hence I recommend use of stereo system and proper loudspeakers (connect Line Out of Soundcard or standalones with Line In of any Stereo rack).
And please, do not watch it with a nose in the screen, take proper distance to the monitor or TV (as advised in TV manuals).
Many of movies I encode have embedded or external  subtitles. So far, only VLC player is able to use them correctly.


Hi 20-40,
Thanks for the encode/upload.

@ Moderator(s)

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You are a god among encoders! Thank You!!!