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Problems with transcoding the video

Discussion in 'DVDR' started by kamaraju, Jan 24, 2003.

  1. kamaraju

    kamaraju Member

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    When I transcode my ripped dvd video using ReMPEG2, my video appears to be jerky in the end stages of the video (usually last 10min to 20min). The initial video is perfect. I repeated the above process but not success. I followed the Doom's Guide for DVD-9 to DVD-5 ripping. Is there any specific scale factor level that I need to set as increasing it and trying also makes this (jerky video) happen at a much earlier stage. Is there a way to start the transcoding to start from where it has gone wrong and later combine the two MOVIE.M2V files to make the final VOB's. Thanks in advance.
     
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    HomerJ Moderator Staff Member

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    The problem you describe has often been attributed to poor quality media.

    What are you using ?

    HomerJ
     
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    Thanks for your reply. I basically try to rip the good quality dvd that is available in the market, which plays well with Home DVD Players or in my Desktop PC.
     
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    Homer is right, it's a media problem.
    Get decent media and it will go away, or get a player that can cope with crap media.
    Writing an image may help but decent media would be your best bet.
     
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    Thanks for your reply. I am experiencing this problem while transcoding the VOB's to M2V's, but not after burning them onto the DVD.
     
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    Sorry, I misunderstood.

    You get jerky video playback on the PC after re-encoding but before you have burned the DVD?

    I don't use Rempeg, maybe you could try Tmpeg or CCE instead
     
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    Yes malum. You got my point. Thanks for the reply. I will try with Tmpeg or CCE instead. But could u refer me to the sites with Tmpeg or CCE tutorials.
     
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    www.dvd2dvdr.com

    the Tutorial on CCE there is the one I used. It was pretty straight forward
     

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