So ideally my whole video library would be 1080p H.264 so that my PLEX server can easily deliver it to clients. But I've been having issues getting a high quality recording with this codec.
I decided to start off by using the "Keep original format." mode... figuring this would give me the highest quality file possible from my stream. Is this an accurate assumption?!
The result of this selection is getting MPEG-4 / Simple @ L1 codec files with bit rates between 5,000 kbps and 7,000 kbps. (1080p)
When I try to use "Convert all files" to H.264 "match quality" with SS... I get pretty cruddy files with around 1,000 kbps. When using H.264 "medium quality" I'm getting ~2,000-3,000 kbps files.
- Are the MPEG-4 / Simple @ L1 codec files I'm getting with "Keep original format" the best quality possible files from the streaming services I'm using?
- What are some ideas on the settings to get the highest quality file possible from the streaming services regardless of codec.
- What should I try next?
If the MPEG-4 / Simple @ L1 codec files I'm getting are the best route... then I guess I could just transcode them all with Hand Break to H.264
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