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   * [[http://​dev.beandog.org/​x264_preset_reference.html|x264 preset reference]]   * [[http://​dev.beandog.org/​x264_preset_reference.html|x264 preset reference]]
   * [[http://​www.x264bluray.com/​|Authoring a professional Blu-ray Disc with x264]]   * [[http://​www.x264bluray.com/​|Authoring a professional Blu-ray Disc with x264]]
-  * [[http://​mewiki.project357.com/​wiki/​X264_Settings|x264 Settings]] 
   * [[http://​en.wikipedia.org/​wiki/​H.264/​MPEG-4_AVC|Wikipedia:​ H264]]   * [[http://​en.wikipedia.org/​wiki/​H.264/​MPEG-4_AVC|Wikipedia:​ H264]]
-  * [[http://​www.streaminglearningcenter.com/​articles/​understanding-h264-encoding-parameters---profiles-and-levels.html|Understanding H.264 Encoding Parameters - Profiles and Levels]] 
   * [[http://​mmmash.blogspot.com/​2013/​03/​x264-motion-estimation-method-comparison.html|X264 - Motion Estimation Method- Comparison]] - I like this one. :)   * [[http://​mmmash.blogspot.com/​2013/​03/​x264-motion-estimation-method-comparison.html|X264 - Motion Estimation Method- Comparison]] - I like this one. :)
   * [[http://​birds-are-nice.me/​publications/​extremex264_5.shtml|Extreme x264 encoding]]   * [[http://​birds-are-nice.me/​publications/​extremex264_5.shtml|Extreme x264 encoding]]
 +  * [[https://​en.wikibooks.org/​wiki/​MeGUI/​x264_Settings|MeGUI/​x264 Settings]] - the best place to get a description of each setting
  
 When encoding, if you want to cover all your bases, there are two H.264 settings to use, and two x264 encoding arguments to pass: When encoding, if you want to cover all your bases, there are two H.264 settings to use, and two x264 encoding arguments to pass:
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 Optionally, you can set the x264 tuning as well. Best choices are film, animation, and grain. Optionally, you can set the x264 tuning as well. Best choices are film, animation, and grain.
  
-See ''​x264 --fullhelp''​ for the only settings you should change / use.+Don't change any other settings than those. If you do, you're going down the rabbit hole.
  
 === H.264 levels === === H.264 levels ===

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