GOM Video Converter

FAQ

The file size is big when I encode to v2.0 than when I encode to v1.0. Why?

Views: 88 Date: 2017. 06. 15

When GOM Video Converter v1.0 was developed, since the resolution of popular video was low, the default video quality setting provided by GOM Video Converter was set lower than the new version.
For this reason, the capacity of videos encoded with v.1.0 was small.

 

However, recently used video usually has a high resolution such as 1280X960 or 1920X1080, and when these videos are encoded, it is necessary to process them at the appropriate bitrate to ensure quality.

 

GOM Video Converter v2.0 has upgraded the default quality settings so that higher quality video can be encoded without degradation than v1.0.
However, if this setting is used as it is, the encoded file size may be larger than v1.0 (because of high quality).

 

If you want to reduce the file size, please change the encoding setting as described below.

 

 

 

1. Change bitrate

 

 

1) Click [Output Info. > Settings] button on the bottom right of GOM Video Converter main window.

 

2) In [Codec > Video Codec Settings], select 'Codec' to 'Encode once based on bitrate' to enable bitrate adjustment function.

 

3) Set the bitrate to the desired value. (The lower the value, the lower the quality and the smaller the capacity.

 

4) Click [OK] button to apply.

 

 

 

 

2. Change video quality

 

 

1) Click [Output Info. > Settings] button on the bottom right of GOM Video Converter main window.

 

2) In [Codec > Video Codec Settings], select 'Codec' to 'Encode once based on video quality' to enable video quality control function.

 

3) Set the quality to the desired value. (The lower the value, the lower the quality and the smaller the capacity.)
   ※ The quality is adjusted in %.

 

4) Click [OK] button to apply.