Cinema Craft Encoder MP adopts the same high-quality encoding engine used in the Cinema Craft Xtream (CCX) high-end system, the benchmark quality standard for Hollywood DVD titles. We are proud to announce that CCE-MP enables users of Compressor 3 and 3.5 to encode content into world-class high-quality MPEG2 files.
Virtual Multi-Pass Encoding
CCE-MP performs multiple "in memory" passes (between 2 and 8) during each "physical" encoding pass to ensure precise correlation between distortion level and available bitrate before actual output. This enables CCE-MP to achieve the highest picture stability and the highest picture quality without unexpected fluctuation in both bitrate and distortion.
Advanced Adaptive GOP Structure
CCE-MP will simulate thousands of possible GOP structures based on the motion detection, then automatically adapt the most effective GOP structure for the video sequence.
CCE-MP allows 3 to 99 physical passes for multi-pass encoding. By repeating passes, the picture quality can be automatically improved.
Automatic field-based scene change detection
During the encoding process, CCE-MP scans ahead of a current frame so that approaching video data can be captured. The pre-scanned data is then rapidly analyzed to identify the first frame of an approaching scene. CCE-MP then automatically sets the first frame as an I-frame of the Closed GOP.
Software - Version 1.0
ITU-T Rec.H262, ISO/IEC13818-2 (MP@ML/MP@HL only)
Output frame size
Up to 720x576
Output frame rate
23.976 ... 30fps
Single pass/Multi pass
Up to 15Mbps
Up to 40Mbps
Up to 15
I, P-frame interval
Up to 3
Virtual Multi-Pass Encoding ™
Performs multiple quantization passes during a single pass.
Advanced Adaptive Quantize Matrix ™
Automatically optimizes for the best quantize matrix.
Advanced Adaptive GOP Structure ™
Automatically optimizes for the best GOP structure for each GOP.
Automatically inserts an I-frame at the scene change. Ability to change the frame you specify to an I-frame.
DVD player bugs avoidance
Against some hidden violations within particular DVD players. Note: No warranty for interoperability issues.