4) Your video has been temporally smoothed. Pretty much every source has some kind of noise that happens between consecutive frames - the only time this wouldn't be true is if you have drawn the footage cleanly yourself. Even the prettiest DVD has this noise and it wastes a large amount of data when encoding. Temporal smoothers such as Temporal Cleaner, Convolution3D, deen, fluxsmooth and so on all reduce this and give you a lot more bits to play with when encoding the parts you really want to look good.
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