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Old Apr 22, 2002, 07:31 PM
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I've seen plenty posts about increasing VCD quality by playing with the settings. I've just been using the standard TMPGenc PAL template & am not overly impressed with the results when played on TV. Looks fine on PC but you can see the flaws on a bigger screen.

Can anyone suggest settings or a template which will give the best possible PAL VCD results without concern for encoding time.

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Old Apr 22, 2002, 09:21 PM
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You can also try XVCD which is increasing the bitrate up a little but also notice that it will increase the file size, also there's SVCD, plus instead of regular CBR you can try multi CBR, that's about it I think and there's also those add feature like noice reduction and a whole bunch of other stuff in TMPG
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Old Apr 23, 2002, 01:10 AM
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DVD player can't play SVCD or XVCD so restricted to VCD.
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Old Apr 23, 2002, 04:32 AM
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the vcd question is something i want to know but for ntsc not pal does ne one have a template or setting for the best quality vcd with tmpgenc for wide and standard screen to thanks

and sorry for posting in youre post
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Old Apr 23, 2002, 11:55 PM
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well if u want a standard vcd, theres not much u can do since ur limited to the frame size and bitrates that are needed for standard vcds, u can try using different encoders and see if they give u better results for what ur encoding, like the other guy said, u might wanna try some filters like noise reduction etc before encoding, sorry but thats all i can think of, hope it helps
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Old Apr 24, 2002, 05:56 PM
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use some of the filters. Sharpen and noise reduction/soften all play a key part in mine.

make sure you've set the aspect ratio correctly. Use higher/highest (SLOW) encode method.

make sure interlace/non interlaced (progressive) is set right.

there are many more things but that shud do for now m8. like someone said experiment.
 

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