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movie quality

Discussion in 'Other video questions' started by vica35, Mar 7, 2003.

  1. vica35

    vica35 Guest

    Hi , I burned a movie onto cdr but the quality is really bad. Faces are orange, picture is dull, and it basically looks like a really low budget film. I used VirtualDub, Tmpenc, and Nero. Any tips to fix this? Thanx, victoria
     
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  2. Dela

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    Were you ripping off a dvd or an avi???
     
  3. vica35

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    It's an avi file
     
  4. Dela

    Dela Administrator Staff Member

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    Well one thing to try in TMPGEnc is click settings and change motion search precision to Highest Quality. What I do is use DVD2SVCD with CCE SP to create very high quality encodings!
     
  5. vica35

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    hi again...there is no motion search precision under settings anywhere. thanx..oops i found it, I was looking under environmental settings.
     
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    Click setting and make sure that the video tab is selected. The very last thing is Motion Search Precision. Im on about the setting button on the main TMPGEnc screen!
     

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