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04-27-2002, 12:11 PM
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I encoded an avi from my dv cam with the NTSC template on TMPEnc 2.53, but the video is all choppy. The audio is fine. I read in one of the fourms that I should change one of the GOP numbers from 20 to 12, which I did. Would this be my problem? Thanks for help
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I encoded an avi from my dv cam with the NTSC template on TMPEnc 2.53, but the video is all choppy. The audio is fine. I read in one of the fourms that I should change one of the GOP numbers from 20 to 12, which I did. Would this be my problem? Thanks for help
Where is the video choppy? In a software player ( WinDVD, etc. ) or standalone DVD player?

BTW, the GOP won't be the problem.

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04-28-2002, 11:51 AM
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It was choppy in my standalone Apex 660. It may have been because the maximum bitrate was a little high for my player. But thats just a guess.
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It was choppy in my standalone Apex 660. It may have been because the maximum bitrate was a little high for my player. But thats just a guess.
Hi JoeyJoeJoJr:

Load the standard KVCD template, and change the output resolution to 352x240 ( or 352x288 if you are using the PAL template ).

See if this fixes it.

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