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Anyone Got Experience with Canopus Procoder?

Discussion in 'Video - Software discussion' started by JMcQueen, Mar 16, 2003.

  1. JMcQueen

    JMcQueen Regular member

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    I've been trying to use this to convert ntsc to pal but when I do I get line across parts of the picture when there is movement in the frame. Anyone got anyideas?
     
  2. Shoey

    Shoey Guest

    I tested Canopus proCoder using DVD2SVCD. The encoder is on the slow end at encoding, but does produce "slightly" better video quality but can only be detected playing on a high end tech tv. I don't use the program "manually".
    I'm pretty sure you can do a dvd backup with DVD2SVCD 1.1.2 build 1 chosing PAL...

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    DVD2SVCD is excellent at backing up DVD's but Im trying to convert a MPEG file that I downloaded from NTSC format to PAL. TMPGEnc makes the picture jerky when you drop frame rate to 25fps so I thought I'd try Canopus. Frame rate is smooth but there's the 'line' effect.
     
  4. Shoey

    Shoey Guest

    Dela is the expert at TMPEng, I'm of no help on this one m8.

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