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  Topic: Canopus Codec Settings
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PostForum: Compression   Posted: Tue 11 Mar 2008, 15:54   Subject: Canopus Codec Settings
Actually I meant this variety of settings:

http://img368.imageshack.us/img368/4035/canopusue2.jpg

I have no clue what they do, but now that I am using a Canopus ADVC-110 I figure I better learn.
  Topic: Canopus Codec Settings
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PostForum: Compression   Posted: Sun 4 Nov 2007, 5:01   Subject: Canopus Codec Settings
Do you know anything about TMPGEnc 2.5's special "Canopus DV Codec setting" section in the Environmental Settings? Now that I have a Canopus ADVC110 for capture, I am thinking maybe I shoul ...
  Topic: Odd going-out-of-sync problem
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PostForum: Editing   Posted: Fri 12 Jan 2007, 3:22   Subject: Odd going-out-of-sync problem
Wouldn't what have happened the first time? I'm asking if, the second time, when you checked "no frame rate conversion", you set the frame rate to 29.97.

I assume that was the frame rate ...
  Topic: Odd going-out-of-sync problem
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PostForum: Editing   Posted: Fri 12 Jan 2007, 2:39   Subject: Odd going-out-of-sync problem
Wouldn't that have happened the very first time? The first time I encoded the video I had everything set "legal."

I guess it will come down to reencoding the ac3, but I am baffled by the ...
  Topic: Odd going-out-of-sync problem
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PostForum: Editing   Posted: Thu 11 Jan 2007, 21:17   Subject: Odd going-out-of-sync problem
Here's what I tried now: I used DVD Shrink to make the DVD into one giant VOB file. I then plugged the VOB into TMPGEnc and used simple de-multiplex to extract the ac3 file.

Still does not match u ...
  Topic: Odd going-out-of-sync problem
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PostForum: Editing   Posted: Thu 11 Jan 2007, 20:48   Subject: Odd going-out-of-sync problem
The AC3 file says it is three seconds longer than the original m2v file I ended up with.

I reencoded with TMPGEnc with the frame rate set at 30fps and "no frame rate conversion" selected. ...
  Topic: Odd going-out-of-sync problem
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PostForum: Editing   Posted: Thu 11 Jan 2007, 3:53   Subject: Odd going-out-of-sync problem
DVD2AVI reports the original VOBs's frame rate is 29.970. This was the setting I used in TMPGEnc previously in the Video Stream settings.
What is odd is the text info file included as part of the DV ...
  Topic: Odd going-out-of-sync problem
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PostForum: Editing   Posted: Thu 11 Jan 2007, 1:13   Subject: Odd going-out-of-sync problem
I am only using DVD2AVI and TMPGEnc. I am not sure if you are familiar with how to use DVD2AVI to get the information to plug into TMPGEnc, but that is all I did, no AVI file was involved. TMPGEnc 2 ...
  Topic: Odd going-out-of-sync problem
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PostForum: Editing   Posted: Mon 8 Jan 2007, 23:01   Subject: Odd going-out-of-sync problem
This one's different and it has me stumped.

I took a DVD that someone had made with a standalone burner and decided that the video could use some cleaning up.

I plugged the VOBs into DVD2AVI and ...
  Topic: HDV camcorder
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PostForum: Recording   Posted: Wed 20 Sep 2006, 14:42   Subject: HDV camcorder
I just picked up one of the Sony high-definition camcorders (HDR-HC1). It records in HDV format. Do you know anything about the format, how it will relate to using TMPGEnc, etc? I am waiting to fil ...
  Topic: TMPGEnc 4.0
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PostForum: Compression   Posted: Thu 31 Aug 2006, 16:34   Subject: TMPGEnc 4.0
I see there is a version 4.x now. Any reviews, verdicts, etc yet? I still use 2.5. Laughing
  Topic: Trouble doing PAL>NTSC
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PostForum: Compression   Posted: Tue 18 Jul 2006, 23:35   Subject: Trouble doing PAL>NTSC
No, the interlacing is fine, it just seems TMPGEnc is cropping all around the picture.

Today I tried the "Full Screen (keep aspect ratio 2)" setting, and it got the job done perfectly. A ...
  Topic: Trouble doing PAL>NTSC
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PostForum: Compression   Posted: Tue 18 Jul 2006, 15:06   Subject: Trouble doing PAL>NTSC
I'm tring to convert a PAL DVD into NTSC. Normally this isn't a problem, but this time the PAL DVD is widescreen and that seem to be throwing off the outcome.

I set Source Aspect Ratio as "16 ...
  Topic: Audio DVD-Video
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PostForum: Authoring   Posted: Sat 11 Feb 2006, 20:00   Subject: Audio DVD-Video
What would be the minimum settings I can use that would keep the video portion as small as possible, but still be very compatible with DVD players?
  Topic: Audio DVD-Video
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PostForum: Authoring   Posted: Thu 9 Feb 2006, 21:33   Subject: Audio DVD-Video
I see. The software's description is confusing.

Video Stream

Full stream
- Recommended to use with PCM mode.
- The most compatible video stream, should work with all DVD players.
- All playe ...
 
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