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fiercegaming 01-17-2004 03:02 PM

TMPGEnc: Choppy and jerky video
 
I have fixed the video being to fast, but now I have another problem on my hands. The video is jerky throughout. I first encoded the audio with TMPG encoder because the audio doesn't take long. (I use the KVCDx3-MPEG-2-NTSCFilm.mcf template)

Here are my audio settings:
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After the audio is done, then I go ahead and do the video.

Here are the video settings:
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Then I use BBmpeg to multi-plex them.

Here are my settings for BBmpeg:
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Here are the general settings:
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After multi-plexing it then I use VCD easy. Then I burn with Nero burning rom. I first view it on the computer to see if it is choppy, there are a few chops on the computer, but nothing that bad. Then I put it in my DVD player (not on computer) and it's jerky, choppy motions throughout the whole video. If anyone can tell me other settings that will work please do.

kwag 01-17-2004 07:19 PM

Hi fiercegaming,

1) NEVER encode audio with TMPEG, if you are serious about audio quality. Use HeadAC3he instead.
2) I see you encoded MPEG-2 at 23.976 INTERLACED. Change that to 3:2 pulldown, instead of interlaced.
Any special reason why you encoded MPEG-2 instead of MPEG-1 :?:
Remember: MPEG-1 will look better at lower bitrates.
3) Your DC component is set to 10 bits. Change it to 8 bits.

-kwag

Dialhot 01-17-2004 07:24 PM

And set the motion search on "High". "Higest" is just a waste of time for few results.

bigggt 01-17-2004 07:25 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Kwag
I see you encoded MPEG-2 at 23.976 INTERLACED. Change that to 3:2 pulldown, instead of interlaced.

Is this only for Mpeg2

Probably stupid but thats how i learn :D [/quote]

kwag 01-17-2004 08:06 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by bigggt
Quote:

Originally Posted by Kwag
I see you encoded MPEG-2 at 23.976 INTERLACED. Change that to 3:2 pulldown, instead of interlaced.

Is this only for Mpeg2

You can't use 3:2 pullldown on MPEG-1. Only on MPEG-2.
Quote:


Probably stupid but thats how i learn :D
Who :?: :arrow: :imstupid: :lol:

-kwag

bigggt 01-17-2004 10:28 PM

Thanx Kwag,i looked when i loaded your templates but just wanted to be sure :oops:


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