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Examples of codecs that use multi-pass encoding are [[DivX]], [[XviD]], [[H.264]] and [[MPEG-2]].
Examples of codecs that use multi-pass encoding are [[DivX]], [[XviD]], [[H.264]] and [[MPEG-2]].
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==See Also==
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* [[VirtualDub: Two Pass Encoding]]
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Current revision as of 07:02, 4 August 2007

Multi-pass encoding is a video encoding technique where the first encoding pass analyzes the video and logs down information which is then used in the second and subsequent passes, to adjust the bitrate/quantizer to achieve the maximum quality.

Examples of codecs that use multi-pass encoding are DivX, XviD, H.264 and MPEG-2.

See Also