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twobit326 08-31-2002 10:40 PM

KVCD has Skipping Video?
 
I know this has been answered a million times but I just want t omake sure I'm right. My ouput video was jumpy on A Bugs Life DVD-Rip. Do I IVTC it? *Note: I de-interlaced it and it was jumpy.

THanx,
-TWOBIT326

kwag 08-31-2002 11:28 PM

Re: Skipping Video
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by twobit326
I know this has been answered a million times but I just want t omake sure I'm right. My ouput video was jumpy on A Bugs Life DVD-Rip. Do I IVTC it? *Note: I de-interlaced it and it was jumpy.

THanx,
-TWOBIT326

I don't remember exactly, when I did that movie, but you should run DVD2AVI on the VOB's and press "F5". Then let it run for about a minute. It should say > 95% FILM on the preview window, and if it does, you would then select "Force FILM" and encode at 23.976. I'm pretty sure that movie is mastered as FILM.

-kwag

twobit326 09-01-2002 12:03 PM

*siogh*
 
I just Burned the output and it looks amazing with the KVCDx3 temp. but It's extremely jumpy. I IVTC'ed it. I also Deinterlaced so that might be the problem. :( Oh well, back tore-encoding

kwag 09-01-2002 01:23 PM

Re: *siogh*
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by twobit326
I just Burned the output and it looks amazing with the KVCDx3 temp. but It's extremely jumpy. I IVTC'ed it. I also Deinterlaced so that might be the problem. :( Oh well, back tore-encoding

Don't IVTC and don't deinterlace. Just use "Force FILM", and run DVD2AVI. Make a small clip, and view it on your software player. WinDVD or PowerDVD. If it's smooth, encode the whole thing!.

-kwag

twobit326 09-01-2002 11:24 PM

I did that and it still is jumpy. (though not as much) It's only on a about 3 sec constant jump. It jumps every theree seconds or so. What doI do Kwag?


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