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Help with jerky playback of DVD-R

Discussion in 'DVD±R for advanced users' started by shhas, Aug 26, 2002.

  1. shhas

    shhas Member

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    I have been getting into video editing these days and finally bought Pinnacle DV500 DVD caputer card.
    Prior to that I have been using a combination of Ulead Movie factory and Nero to burn my DVD-r's which are almost always playable on my standalone dvd player.

    Here is the problem. Now that I have spent more to get things done faster, I have hit a glitch. For testing purposes, I used a composite capture off my vcr(e.g. regular AV not DV)through the card (no problem) and edited with Premiere 6.0 and DV edition of Pinnacle and outputed the MPEG file. Premiere/Pinnacle outputs the mpeg files as two files: mp2 video file and wav audio file which Ulead does not recognize. So I had to use Sonic MyDVD to make the DVD. When I burn this with MyDVD, the DVD chokes past my first menu. So I tried my trusted Nero to burn the Video_TS files in UDF/ISO mode. Now it plays but the video is jerky. Every few seconds it has small but very noticable and persistent jerks to it.
    I had read about field order and the fact that it needs to be lower field order with DV. Is that why my composite capture jerks? because of wrong field order?
    I am at an impass and appreciate any suggestions.
    Thanks,
     
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  2. jnihil

    jnihil Moderator Staff Member

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    It does sounds like wrong field order. Having the wrong field order looks very jerky in the spots where there is much movement. When there is no movement, you'll notice a very slight jitter in the entire picture.

    TMPEGEnc has a project wizard which detects the field order of the video when you select the input AVI/MPEG video. Perhaps you can use that to check and see if your settings in Premiere is correct.

    Rgds.
     

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