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Adobe Encore: January 2009 Archives

supercharging-compressor.pngYou can find more compression settings articles in our Supercharging Compressor series index.

Note: There's something about me and GOP articles ... just as I did on the first part of this article, I seem to have accidentally published a blank draft a few hours ago.  This is the finished version.  My apologies.

Compressor, like most reasonably advanced MPEG2 compression tools, offers you some control over the size and structure of your GOPs.  You'll recall from the first part of this article that 15-frame (1/2-second) GOPs are the norm for MPEG-2 video, and this is appropriate for a wide range of video types.  Similarly, Compressor defaults to using a lot of "B"-frames -- those are the frames that take the least information to represent, but that depend most heavily on neighboring frames of video.

Read on for situations when you might want to change this around ...

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This page is a archive of entries in the Adobe Encore category from January 2009.

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