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  Topic: source aspect ratio confusion???
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Replies: 3
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PostForum: Compression   Posted: Sun 8 Jun 2003, 13:56   Subject: source aspect ratio confusion???
Hi and thanks

Reading the earlyer post just tells me that the error in TMPGEnc still remains, I got the latest version. Downloaded in May...

am I correct asuming my file is 625 lines?

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  Topic: source aspect ratio confusion???
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Replies: 3
Views: 5925

PostForum: Compression   Posted: Sun 8 Jun 2003, 7:19   Subject: source aspect ratio confusion???
Hi

I always render an uncompressed lower field AVI file out off my After Effects to be encoded in TMPGEnc. The composition settings in AE are standard PAL D1/DV, 720x576.
When I later import the f ...
  Topic: Compressing in 4:3 or 16:9, any difference in quality?
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Replies: 1
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PostForum: Compression   Posted: Fri 6 Jun 2003, 8:51   Subject: Compressing in 4:3 or 16:9, any difference in quality?
Hi guys

I have the option of making my DVD's in a 16:9 format.

The video files I have are in 4:3 but using letter heads, I have the option to out-put from After Effects, an 16:9 anamorphic uncom ...
  Topic: I, P and B frames
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Replies: 15
Views: 19060

PostForum: Compression   Posted: Thu 5 Jun 2003, 2:58   Subject: I, P and B frames
Hi rmn

Perhaps it's a problem with the software DVD players? I went to PowerDVD's homepage to see if they got any updates but there was nothing newer than the version I have...

I'm using a Dell ...
  Topic: I, P and B frames
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Replies: 15
Views: 19060

PostForum: Compression   Posted: Wed 4 Jun 2003, 8:43   Subject: I, P and B frames
Thanks rme
a lot of good info..

Today I did a test... I have a short clip with some pans and I have had problem with it before, jerky pans...
This only happens on PC's using PowerDVD or WinDVD, ...
  Topic: I, P and B frames
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Replies: 15
Views: 19060

PostForum: Compression   Posted: Wed 4 Jun 2003, 1:07   Subject: I, P and B frames
Hi rmn

OK... So there is a balance between GOP length and Bit rate. I can understand that...

I also understand the good point of using "Detect Scene changes" but what about Zoom and Pans.
The ...
  Topic: I, P and B frames
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Replies: 15
Views: 19060

PostForum: Compression   Posted: Tue 3 Jun 2003, 11:35   Subject: I, P and B frames
Hi guys

Is it possible to have only 4 frames in a GOP? like IPPP?
or do I make a non compatable if I do it like that?

I don't care about the size of the file, I'm putting 5 minutes of footage o ...
  Topic: Jerky playback with PowerDVD from DVDWorkshop
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Replies: 7
Views: 10140

PostForum: Authoring   Posted: Tue 3 Jun 2003, 11:28   Subject: Jerky playback with PowerDVD from DVDWorkshop
Hi

I'm using my new Mac for the authoring and first I thought it was a Mac/PC compability problem when I first saw my DVD Studio Pro authored DVD's played on a PC using PowerDVD.

It looked like ...
 
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