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When I load my HDTV capture into PARanoia, cannot see all of the picture and video controls (pause,etc). Have to use task manager to get out.



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Sorry for replying that late.

But guess what, ... PARanoia till now doesnt suppiort HDTV Streams. Next version will come incl. support of HDTV stuff.
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Thought so. HDTV captures make very good 16x9 widescreen DVD's, but I was wondering if they lend themselves to compression while maintaining resolution. Like DVD to KDVD. I know that TMPGEnc balks with 1280x720 output screensize. I realize that DVD players can't handle this, but I keep on a Windows MCE machine's hard drive.
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TMPGEnc balks with 1280x720 output screensize. I realize that DVD players can't handle this, but I keep on a Windows MCE machine's hard drive.
In that case what are you encoding in MPEG2 ? You should use H264.
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TMPGEnc balks with 1280x720 output screensize. I realize that DVD players can't handle this, but I keep on a Windows MCE machine's hard drive.
In that case what are you encoding in MPEG2 ? You should use H264.
These are dvr-ms ota captures. I save them as mpeg2 out of VideoReDo (edit commercials). How else could I encode them if not to DVD resolution? Please pardon my confusion.
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You are saying that you use TMPGEnc, so I assume that you re-encode them, don't you ?

If you are capturing straight to MPEG2, ok. But if you reencode them, then do not use MPEG2 as final target, but H264.
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