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shelbyboy 01-20-2003 01:44 PM

KDVD: my screen appears to jump?
 
Hi Kwag,
Love the templates, downloaded the latest KDVD full d1 mcf and then watched as it took 12 hours to encode a 2 hour movie. Found the motion prediction and set it to normal. Any problem or suggestions with that? I am running an AMD 1600. I need a beter balance.

Also noticed that my screen apears to rise and fall (Jump) a bit with this template, almost like someone is bumping the camera. Any thoughts?

I use Smart Ripper and dvd2AVI to feed the encoder. When I use DVD2avi I wind up with a wav file (large) and I remux with spruce up.
Anyone here know how to pull the audio in AC3 format. I know it can be done.

I also would like a copy of the older Full DVD that output a MPG file.

Sorry for all the questions.
Gotta hate these darn newbies!
Thanks for all the work!

kwag 01-20-2003 03:14 PM

Re: Kwag-KDVD new version time to encode
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by shelbyboy
Hi Kwag,
Love the templates, downloaded the latest KDVD full d1 mcf and then watched as it took 12 hours to encode a 2 hour movie. Found the motion prediction and set it to normal. Any problem or suggestions with that?

"High quality" is better :wink:
Quote:

I am running an AMD 1600. I need a beter balance.

Also noticed that my screen apears to rise and fall (Jump) a bit with this template, almost like someone is bumping the camera. Any thoughts?
That's not a template problem. You probably didn't use "Force FILM" in DVD2AVI.
Quote:


I use Smart Ripper and dvd2AVI to feed the encoder. When I use DVD2avi I wind up with a wav file (large) and I remux with spruce up.
Anyone here know how to pull the audio in AC3 format. I know it can be done.
You had to use "Demux". Not "Decode" in DVD2AVI
Quote:


I also would like a copy of the older Full DVD that output a MPG file.
Just select "System(Video+audio)" in TMPEG's main screen.
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Thanks for all the work!
:D

-kwag


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