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08-25-2003, 04:30 PM
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I use to tmpgenc to encode the kvcd.When i don't check the inverse telecine the movie looks jerky when I do click it so that inverse telecine is on the picture turns out fine.Should I just continue doing it that way I am,using inverse telecine,or is there another way to fix this?
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08-25-2003, 06:33 PM
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It all depends on your source. If the source is telecined, you iVTC. If it's not, then you don't.

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08-25-2003, 10:55 PM
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Kwag is there a way to tell if it is IVTC?Sorry for the stupid question.
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08-25-2003, 10:59 PM
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Kwag is there a way to tell if it is IVTC?Sorry for the stupid question.
You can do it with Vdub or TMPEG.
Read here: http://www.doom9.hu/ivtc-tut.htm
or here: http://www.inmatrix.com/articles/ivtc.shtml

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08-25-2003, 11:50 PM
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Thanks Kwag.Btw.I just wanted to say once again that I was massivly impressed with the quality that KVCD's pump out.I converted a 700 mpeg avi file,bit rate running at about 1200,to a 630mb kvcd with quality running at 1800.I had no quality loss what so ever.I than decided to take 2 other avi files,aprx 330mbs each and convert them to KVCD.Same as above I ran the bit rate at 1800 and it only came out to about 340mbs for each file.I ripped it to disc to see what quality it would be and I was amazed.I had no quality loss what so ever.
If I had done any of these files,especially the 700mb one, to VCD it would have taken 2 discs.The other 2 files still would have been over 2 discs as well.From now on I am surely sticking with kvcd.
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08-26-2003, 07:50 PM
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What is "telecined"?
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