Try a different profile. Choose whatever screen size you need and set the video bitrate slider for 0.4 bits/pixel as shown on the Configure screen. I use a profile with H.264 video and MP3 audio with excellent results, even when viewing on TV or full screen on PC. DTS audio streams on the original sometimes cause problems; choose AC3/5.1 or AC3/2 if the disc has several choices. If the audio is too low, increase the volume setting to around 200 and run a test.[quote=maid;2035389]Hi,
I have an mvx media player and I have been converting my movies into AVI for my library.
I have been using 200 bits/pixels and the first audio stream.
Now we played Apocalypse now and the sound was awful.
We went into the Media player settings and messed with the settings until it sounded good but we needed the Kenwood amp turned up to hear it.
What are the optimum settings to get good quality AVI’s ?