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novagte 10-11-2004 04:56 AM

Inverse Telecine
 
I wonder if someone can explain the following to me, I am using TMPGENC 2.5 plus to convert files to dvd ntsc and keep getting the above process running when trying to convert to dvd and i would like to know what this is. Here are the details of the file:
File extension: xvid in an avi container
Aspect Ratio: 2.35:1
Audio: VBR MP3
Frames per second: 29.97 NTSC
Runtime: 2hours 15 minutes.

Here are the settings i use in tmpgenc 2.5.
1) Start tmpgenc use project wizard select dvd ntsc and audio as cbr mpeg layer 2.
2) load the source file in original video file, select non interlace, 4,3 display,film movie. These are the default settings.
3) next screen selection is constant bit rate and motion search precision is set to lowest quality very fast.
4) next screen change screen resolution to 352 x 480 and change bitrate size so that output file is 3gb.
5) Choose where to save output file with elementary audio and video stream and start encoding immediately.

This is where the problem is as soon as i start that a little bit at the bottom says "Processing Inverse Telecine progress 23.976 (even though the original file is 29.97) and this process takes over an hour and a half. I just wanted to know is there anyway of correcting this as it would mean the encoding time will be quicker.

Dialhot 10-11-2004 05:47 AM

Re: Inverse Telecine
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by novagte
1) Start tmpgenc use project wizard select dvd ntsc and audio as cbr mpeg layer 2.

Do not use the wizard. This way you will have a direct control of everything that is done and you will find the "apply inverse telecine" option that seems to be checked in your case even if it is not mandatory.

novagte 10-11-2004 05:50 AM

Re: Inverse Telecine
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by Dialhot
Quote:

Originally Posted by novagte
1) Start tmpgenc use project wizard select dvd ntsc and audio as cbr mpeg layer 2.

Do not use the wizard. This way you will have a direct control of everything that is done and you will find the "apply inverse telecine" option that seems to be checked in your case even if it is not mandatory.

thanks for your reply dial hot but do you know where i can find this option in tmpgenc 2.5? If i don't use the wizard is there another way of me selecting the bitrate to be used for the outcome file.

Dialhot 10-11-2004 05:57 AM

1/ Whatever you do in the wizard can be done in the normal mode. But the opposite is not true. That is what it is really a bad idea to use the wizard.

The option is in the advanced tab of the settings. I think that you can access it even with the wizard.

2/ you are talking about bitrate that means that you encode in 2-pass mode : DO NOT DO THAT ! That is also why you should not use the wizard. The KVCD are to be encoded in CQ mode. YOu should look a little the guides on kvcd.net homepage.

novagte 10-11-2004 07:11 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Dialhot
1/ Whatever you do in the wizard can be done in the normal mode. But the opposite is not true. That is what it is really a bad idea to use the wizard.

The option is in the advanced tab of the settings. I think that you can access it even with the wizard.

2/ you are talking about bitrate that means that you encode in 2-pass mode : DO NOT DO THAT ! That is also why you should not use the wizard. The KVCD are to be encoded in CQ mode. YOu should look a little the guides on kvcd.net homepage.

Thanks phil but I am not encoding to kvcd but DVD so what bitrate should i use then?

Dialhot 10-11-2004 07:20 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by novagte
Thanks phil but I am not encoding to kvcd but DVD so what bitrate should i use then?

Same thing applies also for KDVD except that you have more space thatn on a CD.


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