anybody know why when encoding with tmpgenc i get a jerky picture when the camera pans across the screen in any directionas though the picture is stopping and starting for a split second
What file type/codec are you converting from?
And are you converting an NTSC to PAL format? If so, expect the result you see. Best is to use DVD2SVCD with CCE but you can also use TMPGenc with it.
Are they jerky in the mpeg file or in VOB file.
Beleive it or not ive had alot of issues with seemingly jerky movies play flawlessly once i multiplexed them with the audio into a vob file.
they are divx files , most are converted to pal. not sure at what stage they start to jerk but they do on the dvd
If your converting NTSC to PAL with TMPGenc then expect jerky playback. If you use DVD2SVCD as I said, you wont get them. Check out http://club.cdfreaks.com/showthread.php?s=&threadid=61142 but select TMPGenc with VBR instead of CCE if you wish since you already have it.
do you have to tick the ntsc to pal box, in your tutorial you recommend not doing
Originally posted by jimoo7 do you have to tick the ntsc to pal box, in your tutorial you recommend not doing
Yes tick the box if you want NTSC to PAL. They have changed they way it does the conversion and I need to update the Tutorial. It works very well indead with no jerking.
cheers chicken man
chicken man, why when using dvd2svcd does the encoded mpegonly come to the size of 1.5 gigs, i stated in the setup option that i was creating dvds from avis and i set the bitrate to 7000 but the completed files are only 1.5gigs . and why does it create 2 files . can i not have just one
did you select avi2dvd or avi2svcd?
avi 2 dvd and set the cd size to 4350, have i missed something
the 2 files you got...need to be authored.(1 is video and 1 is audio)
you can do that with dvdlab or TMPGenc -author.
The authoring program wil make a dvd from those 2 files