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<p>Compressing video sequences with different content complexity results in different bitrates for the same quality level or in different quality levels for the same bitrate; for instance it is well known that content with high spatial complexity and/or high motion requires high bitrates for compression with adequate quality. To address this, per-title optimization is used recently (e.g., by Netflix) to generate appropriate rate-quality representations for different Video on demand (VoD)doi:10.36227/techrxiv.21743312 fatcat:425qhspmlrdcpgieyl2phahxcq