On by default; can be turned off with --no-mbtree. Uses a large lookahead to track temporal propagation of data and weight quality accordingly. Requires a very large separate statsfile (2 bytes per macroblock) in multi-pass mode. Doesn't work with b-pyramid yet. Note that MB-tree inherently measures quality different from the standard qcomp method, so bitrates produced by CRF may change somewhat. This makes the "medium" preset a bit slower. Accordingly, make "fast" slower as well, and introduce a new preset "faster" between "fast" and "veryfast". All presets "fast" and above will have MB-tree on. Add a new option, --rc-lookahead, to control the distance MB tree looks ahead to perform propagation analysis. Default is 40; larger values will be slower and require more memory but give more accurate results. This value will be used in the future to control ratecontrol lookahead (VBV). Add a new option, --no-psy, to disable all psy optimizations that don't improve PSNR or SSIM. This disables psy-RD/trellis, but also other more subtle internal psy optimizations that can't be controlled directly via external parameters. Quality improvement from MB-tree is about 2-70% depending on content. Strength of MB-tree adjustments can be tweaked using qcompress; higher values mean lower MB-tree strength. Note that MB-tree may perform slightly suboptimally on fades; this will be fixed by weighted prediction, which is coming soon.