I am using x264Vfw encoder with directshow to create Mp4 video which almost
works fine , but no idea why video is 100-125 kbps bigger than whatever
bitrate we set for X264Vfw .
Can anybody have idea on this??
First of all it is normal to have small % of deviation (lower or higher) from
target bitrate. Also make sure that you check bitrate WITHOUT container
overhead (and WITHOUT audio if you muxed it in).
thanks @masternobody , i check bitare without Audio stream , i have set
bitrate to 300 kbps , and my video gets bitrate 358 kbps , how do i get bitare
without container overhead???
i have set bit-rate for x264vfw to 480 kbit/s from registry , now if my frame-
rate is 15 fps then i get bitrate of my file 380-450 kbit/s where's if i set
frame rate to 30 then i get bitrate over 700...
It probably would be faster and simpler if you upload small 1-2 minutes
encoded sample with problem to
http://www.mediafire.com/. You probably
incorrectly set fps (at muxing stage and not at encoding stage) or calc