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  Topic: MPEG2 Software/Hardware
Josse

Replies: 10
Views: 13976

PostForum: Compression   Posted: Fri 30 May 2003, 23:37   Subject: MPEG2 Software/Hardware
I thought we were talking about the Sonic SD-2000 which captures to MPEG via SDI.
  Topic: MPEG2 Software/Hardware
Josse

Replies: 10
Views: 13976

PostForum: Compression   Posted: Fri 30 May 2003, 22:21   Subject: MPEG2 Software/Hardware
Unless you need to turn out several movies a day, faster than real-time, I would say it's not.
A hardware encoder, being a capturing device, will be as-fast-as real time at best Wink (slower when it i ...
  Topic: TMPGEnc shutdown computer when finished
Josse

Replies: 8
Views: 9846

PostForum: Compression   Posted: Wed 21 May 2003, 21:02   Subject: TMPGEnc shutdown computer when finished
My guess is that it isn't more obvious because TMPGEnc started out as a great piece of freeware which was regularly patched by Hori-San. Much of the original patchwork still lives on in the commercial ...
  Topic: TMPGEnc shutdown computer when finished
Josse

Replies: 8
Views: 9846

PostForum: Compression   Posted: Wed 21 May 2003, 16:44   Subject: TMPGEnc shutdown computer when finished
Just restarted my computer after a TMPGEnc shutdown test. Cool Nice interface design it ain't, but it does work. With the checkbox enabled you will get a 30-second-countdown requester, allowing you to ...
  Topic: TMPGEnc shutdown computer when finished
Josse

Replies: 8
Views: 9846

PostForum: Compression   Posted: Wed 21 May 2003, 14:19   Subject: TMPGEnc shutdown computer when finished
(Not sure if it this will work for MPEG-2, my version of TMPGEnc is MPEG-1 only. Smile )

When you start the encoding not via the [Start] button, but with File | Output to file | MPEG, after you have ...
  Topic: Learning from the masters
Josse

Replies: 2
Views: 6112

PostForum: Compression   Posted: Sat 17 May 2003, 22:27   Subject: Learning from the masters
You can have a look at what the bit rate does on a DVD with [url=http://www.tecoltd.com/bitratev.htm]Bitrate Viewer.
  Topic: Which authoring software?
Josse

Replies: 5
Views: 7997

PostForum: Authoring   Posted: Wed 14 May 2003, 21:40   Subject: Which authoring software?
Rui's advice was that it is better to let your authoring application create a disc image if you are using an external burning app for the actual burning. This is a more reliable method than feeding a ...
  Topic: TMPGENC Problems - blocks / image corruption
Josse

Replies: 18
Views: 23446

PostForum: Compression   Posted: Fri 9 May 2003, 1:54   Subject: TMPGENC Problems - blocks / image corruption
Just to make sure: the "avg=600" is a typo, right? Otherwise the entire stream would have probably been encoded with 2000Kb/s (the minimum setting) which is really low.

If it is "avg=6000" then I ...
  Topic: TMPGENC Problems - blocks / image corruption
Josse

Replies: 18
Views: 23446

PostForum: Compression   Posted: Thu 8 May 2003, 20:07   Subject: TMPGENC Problems - blocks / image corruption
Hi Henry,

Unfortunately Yahoo won't show me the pictures you linked, but even without seeing those: what kind of bit rates have you been using? (min, max, average)
 
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