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06-28-2003, 01:41 AM
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I encoded a movie using the scipt for DVD's at 528x480 and at 29fps.
And whenever the camera moves everything is jaggy, it's like jaggy lines only when the camera moves. I can't realy explain it much more. Any ideas
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06-28-2003, 02:07 AM
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sounds like a problem I just had. I had a dvd of tv episodes that was hybrid NTSC video and Film. I used telecide and decimate and it worked wonders. Actually I can't believe that someone wrote a dll complex enough to do this, but of course I'm a n00b.

Anyways search for decomb.dll and start with the telecide and decimate settings in the readme examples.

One of the examples converts up to video 30fps and the other 24fps. I found 24 fps to be superior, but my movie showed 70% progressive in DVD2AVI so .....24fps was much smoother

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