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Old Mar 16, 2002, 03:56 PM
chrizmuzz chrizmuzz is offline
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After using DVD 2avi & TMPGEnc I have been able to encode training day from SVCD to VCD. Everything is perfect apart from now & again on sharp movements lines appear which seem to be a slight delay in the movie. Has anyone got any ideas or the settings I should be using
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Old Mar 18, 2002, 05:38 AM
long.ian long.ian is offline
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hi m8
i've had this problem before, but only happened when trying to convert from a dvd silver.
original dvd's seem to be ok
when converting fron Svcd to Vcd simply use the simple de-multiplex option in TMPGEnc (File - Mpeg Tools), then use TMPGEnc to re encode to Vcd format (must have the m2v plugin). Worked great when i did Oceans 11
Hope this helps

Long.ian

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Old Mar 18, 2002, 09:47 AM
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the lines appearing sound like interlacing artifacts, in which case u need to use the "deinterlace filter (even field adaptive)" to get rid of them.

the slight delay may be the result of converting to a 23.97fps VCD, in which case u'll have to convert to a 29.97fps VCD (hopefully the original SVCD has got the "3:2 pulldown on playback" flag)...
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Old Mar 20, 2002, 03:35 PM
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