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Yellow patches on burned Video

Discussion in 'Video to DVD' started by Martin81d, Oct 1, 2005.

  1. Martin81d

    Martin81d Member

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    I have the newest version of VSO DivxToDvd (v 1.99.14) but I've had this problem with previous versions. During moments on video where something passes close to the camera or there's a bright flash, explosion etc on screen I get these large yellow pixel spots. It looks really crappy and it's bugging me. Since there's very few adjustments you can make on divxtodvd I don't know what to do. Could it be my burning (Nero) or authoring (Tmpgenc) software?
     
  2. cougar_ii

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    Hi there,

    I am a ├četa Tester for DivxToDVD and I never had playback issues.

    Do you see those spots when played on your computer ?
    (Played with PowerDVD, WinDVD player)

    The original files .avi play fine on your pc ?

    Once the files are converted, why would you need Tmpgenc ?
    Are you joining, modifying the output of DivxToDVD ?

    I use quality media and burn at 2x, 4x MAX on Taiyo Yuden.

    What media do you use ? (What's the MEDIA ID ?)
    What speed do you burn at !

    Cheap media and burned too fast will cause playback issues !



     
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