I noticed that when I playback movies I compressed with DVD2one on my computer LCD screen, there are strange horizontal errors in the picture, kinda like 'slits', causing the part of the picture above the 'slit' and the part of the picture below the 'slit' to be somewhat disjointed, especially when there's a lot of movement going on in the picture. When I burn the movie and play it back on my 'normal' TV, it looks perfectly fine.
Someone else mentioned in another thread having problems with movies compressed by DVD2one on an LCD TV as well (http://club.cdfreaks.com/showthread.php?threadid=68626&pagenumber=1).
Are other people with LCD/TFT displays/TV sets having the same problems?
Are other people with LCD/DLP beamers having the same problems?
As this is obviously caused by the data bits missing that DVD2one is 'dropping', can there be a solution to this in a future DVD2one version, or is it quite simply the nature of the app? (Rene B, any thoughts on that?)
These are, to me at least, very important questions, as flat panel/LCD technology is becoming cheaper all the time and will in the not too distant future completely replace 'normal' TV sets. And it would be ONE HELL OF A BUMMER if you bought a shiny new LCD TV or LCD/DLP beamer and all the movies you backed up with DVD2one were unwatchable because of the problems I described.