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  Topic: interlaced and non-interlaced
zcold

Replies: 2
Views: 5238

PostForum: Compression   Posted: Thu 24 Feb 2005, 6:09   Subject: interlaced and non-interlaced
Thanks so much. more knowledge (^.^)
  Topic: Shout outs to the site admin and everyone else
zcold

Replies: 0
Views: 9436

PostForum: Site   Posted: Wed 23 Feb 2005, 0:30   Subject: Shout outs to the site admin and everyone else
Hey, Zcold here.. Just giving a shout to the peeps running this site. I use your calculator all the time for my dvd encoding and your tutorial for encoding helped me alot with getting into all this ...
  Topic: Chapter points in my movies break shortly the audio
zcold

Replies: 6
Views: 13561

PostForum: Authoring   Posted: Wed 23 Feb 2005, 0:26   Subject: Chapter points in my movies break shortly the audio
An added note. An option in DvdLab Pro allows for a sort of break, or second pause. Im not sure if Maestro has that option, but I would look at the chapter settings etc for anything like that.
  Topic: interlaced and non-interlaced
zcold

Replies: 2
Views: 5238

PostForum: Compression   Posted: Wed 23 Feb 2005, 0:21   Subject: interlaced and non-interlaced
Im compiling a dvd of video clips from various memories. The way the files were recorded is (i think) irrelevant, as they were all re-encoded for the net etc... I am re-encoding the files into dvd f ...
  Topic: how to get DVD author program not to re-encode MPEG-2 files
zcold

Replies: 3
Views: 9939

PostForum: Authoring   Posted: Wed 23 Feb 2005, 0:12   Subject: Try another dvd author program.
I dont use NeroVision, I use DvdLab Pro, a very excellent program for authoring your dvds. If you have the cash I suggest the investment. Encoding using Tmpgenc and then using this program to comp ...
 
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