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zaanvander 03-13-2004 08:51 PM

Authoring: Dvd lab causes movie to jitter
 
Hi, I haven`t been here for a while.
I am using dvd lab to author my movie, but find that after compiling, the movie comes out jittery.

The audio and video are sync`d, but every now and then you see a lttle jitter. It does this on the Pc, as well on my Dvd player, so I`m thinking that there is a special tweak or config or something i`m doing wrong.

Please help.

P.S : The converted files don`t jitter.

kwag 03-13-2004 09:34 PM

Seems to me it's a frame rate or pulldown issue.
What are your source specifications :?:

-kwag

zaanvander 03-13-2004 09:47 PM

source 16:9 pal

kwag 03-13-2004 10:50 PM

Re: dvd lab jitter
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by zaanvander
but find that after compiling, the movie comes out jittery.

:?:
Quote:

P.S : The converted files don`t jitter.
:?:

Make up your mind :)

-kwag

zaanvander 03-13-2004 11:02 PM

When I Multiplex with bbmpeg and view the file in Powerdvd, there is no jitter.

When I let dvd lab multiplex and compile there is jitter.

When I drag my already multiplexed file into dvd lab and say don`t extract and multiplex, and then compile.
I view the vob file and it jitters.

Now the problem is with dvd lab, I need to know if i`m doing something wrong?

kwag 03-13-2004 11:09 PM

Ok, have you tried dragging your MPEG files into TMPEG DVD Author, and see if you get the same behaviour :?: :idea:

-kwag

zaanvander 03-13-2004 11:25 PM

I`ll try

zaanvander 03-14-2004 04:07 AM

Now it`s perfect :D , Dvd Lab sucks big time :cry: :x

Dialhot 03-14-2004 01:14 PM

If I'm not wrong there is a cjeck box "reduce Jitter" in DVD-Lab compile window. I think you already check it, but just to be use you saw it...

zaanvander 03-15-2004 03:50 AM

I tried it all, with and without all different settings, but thanks for the advice.
I`ll stck to tmpg from now on.

incredible 03-15-2004 05:17 AM

DID you set up DVDlab to your specific Country Video standard (PAL, NTSC) ????

zaanvander 03-16-2004 02:37 AM

Like I said I tried everything.
Thanks for the help.

Zyphon 03-28-2004 02:26 PM

I disagree I think DVD Lab is awesome!

I recently ripped two of my DVD's to fit them onto one KDVD and I used DVD-Lab to create a flash menu and sub menus which has motion backgrounds and scene selections screens etc.

I have PAL-I source and the menu and movies came out excellent and the menus looked cool.

It took me a while to get to grips with it but once I followed the tutorials on their site I finally authored a nice little DVD. :)

zaanvander 06-21-2004 03:55 AM

Read the post, nobody said that Dvdlab does not author nicely, cause it does. The problem is jitters after compiling.


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