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is it posible to ecode a movie from ntsc to pal wihtout end result .. the movie stuttering.

please let me know

thank you
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If NTSC is a 23.976 fps movie you can obtain a pal movie without any problem, changing with encoder to 25 fps.
If NTSC is a 29.970 fps telecined movie (originally 23.976), you can have some problems. Search forum and you will obtain an answer, I don't know enough about NTSC.
There is also another issues (i.e. interlaced material). Search for an Incredible post that talks about this.
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Hi guys

is it posible to ecode a movie from ntsc to pal wihtout end result .. the movie stuttering.

please let me know

thank you
Which type of encoder do you use???
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Hi guys

is it posible to ecode a movie from ntsc to pal wihtout end result .. the movie stuttering.

please let me know

thank you
Which type of encoder do you use???
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And you let tmpgenc do the framerate change ?
So that's "normal".

TMPGENC can do a lot of things but do only few well. A lot of things should be done "outside" tmpgenc, with an avisynth script.
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Yep,

If your NTSC Source is telecined (Hollywood-Movie at 29.97fps) you should never use TmpgEncs internal Inverse Telecine routine, as its not well developed and SLOW.

Do install latest version of avisynth from avisynth.org and the "decomb filter package" from the external filters link at avisynth.org

Just a textbased script with an .avs suffix written using WIndows Editor for instance including following lines:

Avisource(D:\Your_Path_to\Your_29.97fps_AVI_File.a vi)
Telecide()
Decimate()
LanczosResize(....PAL Resolution out of FitCD or Moviestacker....)
AssumeFPS(25.000, true)
SSRC(44100)

If you got a good 23.976fps Movie Source, you just have to pitch up the sound and resize to PAL WITHOUT InverseTelecining!

Avisource(D:\Your_Path_to\Your_23.976fps_AVI_File. avi)
LanczosResize(....PAL Resolution out of FitCD or Moviestacker....)
AssumeFPS(25.000, true)
SSRC(44100)

Also do have a look at the OptimalScript V4 so you can change it using the essential lines as mentioned above:
http://www.kvcd.net/forum/viewtopic.php?t=7223
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