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Always Pixolated!!!! WHY?

Discussion in 'DVDR' started by rizzla, Feb 10, 2004.

  1. rizzla

    rizzla Guest

    Everytime I DL a film then convert it in TMPGE they always tend to come out pixolated! Where or what am i doing wrong?
     
  2. safc_66

    safc_66 Regular member

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    No piracy talk, mate.
     
  3. Oriphus

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    It could be a film he/she purchased in DivX format as i have seen them myself.

    Basically, you are taking an avi file, DivX or Xvid and re-encoding in TMPGEnc from the sounds of it. The avi file is a compressed file and will never be as high quality as an MPEG2, though some would disagree, but from my own experience, re-coding always leaves a semi-pixelated movie.
     
  4. rizzla

    rizzla Guest

    Peace & Loving Oriphus!!!

    Big up your key board!!! Big Type out to u mate!!!
     
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    safc_66 Regular member

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    Hehe, sorry i hopped on you there, Riz, just gotta be a bit careful about the ''DL'' phrase, y'know, be a shame to see a helpful site like this 'un blown up 'cos of a few careless statements. Try something different like MainConcept MPEG Encoder, i use this over TMPEGEnc, personally.

    Peace, mate

    Dene
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  6. Oriphus

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    Thank You, you as well :)
     
  7. rizzla

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    So you tink that one is better then TMPGE? is there any places where I can get an tutorial on it? No Big about B4 safc_66 peace and loving out to you! ;)
     
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    Not sure about a tutorial, riz, but it's pretty straight-forward. Select audio & video input (the .avi), make a new folder on your HDD for the resulting output-file. Then you got 4 pull-downs to sort out. MPEG Type- lets you select DVD, SVCD, VCD, etc. Stream type- audio, video or both. Video mode- PAL or NTSC. Finally audio mode. Press convert. Usually takes my computer about 2 and a half hours to re-code a 700mb .avi.

    Dene
     

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