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Discussion in 'MPEG-1 and MPEG-2 encoding (AVI to DVD)' started by rtodd, Feb 2, 2003.

  1. rtodd

    rtodd Member

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    after i encode an avi/divx file to mpeg1 vcd type file when i play it back on scenes when the camera pans from left or right its a bit jerky . any ideas ?
     
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    This happens with almost all encodings made with TMPGEnc but unfortunatelyits still the best encoder for Mpeg-1 VCD. It seems to have this annoying pause!
     
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    ok thanks / do u recommend any other encoders that r not as jerky ?
     
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    There are lots to choose from. Panasonic MPEG-1 encoder, Ulead DVD Movie Factor for instance. The best encoder on the Planet is CCE SP but its very expensive and is supposed to be used to create MPEG-2 SVCD and not VCD.
     
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    cool thanks
     
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    No Prob, sorry i cant help more than that!
     
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    i have just been trying to encode with the cce sp its all a bit complicated and also the ulead dvd movie factory i get picture but no sound wen encoding avi to mpeg 1 vcd do u know any links to a step by step noob guide for both programs please ?
     
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    Use CCE SP with DVD2SVCD and create a file at mpeg-2 vbr 4 pass encoding with min:300 average:1600 max:2450. That creates a great quality encoding and you can fit 60min's on one 80min disk!
     

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