Home > Please Advise > Please Advise! Poor Quality SVCD Problem

Please Advise! Poor Quality SVCD Problem

solved problem with audio on dvd player hear background music but no spoken dialogue? If you haven't checked out his website, it's a wealth of Photoshop and other graphics info. -- Rick October 23, 2003 1 reply PTE 101 Tutorial Truelight replied to JRR's topic The camcorder quality is OK, though I wouldn't say *for this camera* 1080 is totally exploited as particularly with moving subjects there are some codec artifacts though stationary areas have clarity. It came out really bad. (OK, so it was a VCD and not SVCD or DVD). navigate here

Please advise! e.g. I want 5.1 but Raite 715 doesn't have it. Their suggestion was to write a letter to the head office.

I can't find a way to improve the quality of the > video when recorded to CD. To use the example the original poster used... 1. Also, some of the formats aren't readable in a DVD player, > like the WVM file types.

It was marginally better, but still nowhere near the quality stored on the DV tape. But, the same site I mentioned earlier in the thread - DVDhelp.com has a section that will tell you which players will play which formats. PSG on the other hand is one-stop-shopping... Different lines solved Compatibility issues problem HDMI hookups, sound issue with dvd player only Tom's Hardware Around the World Tom's Hardware Around the World Denmark Norway Finland Russia France Turkey Germany

Archo Multimedia Jukebox Vid Cap Module no audio after vcd encoding Start/Stop Virtualdub by LPT or file.Please help ! It's a terrible shame that the camera, the Samsung R10 does not appear to have a 24P mode. So, if it were easy to convert the .avi file to .mpg, this might be possible. And this was on a 15" monitor, full screen it looked blocky/choppy and basically ugly.

If you're new to Tech Support Guy, we highly recommend that you visit our Guide for New Members. SO that confused me even more. You will NEVER experience the "same excellent resolution" on a TV screen as you do on a computer monitor. And if they do offer "24p" it's not true 24p; it's telecined (24p in 60i container).

in a NTSC region, 60i would be played back fine on 120Hz LCD's because it's an even multiple. Truelight posted a topic in General Discussion I'm pleased to see the new version of PTE has a way to output an .AVI file, but am hoping I might be able This could be a achievable with a firmware upgrade. Capturing with WinTV Go What's the maximum sensible bit rate for 352x288x25fps MPEG-1 files?

Blending and decimating gives jerky playback and blurry transitions. http://nuvisiongraphx.com/please-advise/please-advise-on-my-hjt-log-thanks.html Quality: Unless you use SVCD or higher resolution mpegs, the picture quality is horrible. This is not the first time they have been so slow too. I meant "WMV"; not "WVM".DavidDavid wrote:> quality.

But, when it comes to making shows for DVD, that's where PSG shines. The area inside is often called the "action-safe zone." Make sure that anything that has to be seen is inside this zone. Usually this will be right about the middle but in some cases it will not. his comment is here After the analyzing is complete, the main window will display the following.

please advise where i can read literatures on converting xvid, avi, kvcd to dvd and vice versa...thank you very much Refresh comments list JComments Latest Comments nagendra i want no how I played the DVD ina> > TV-DVD combo and it played perfectly. This will take a couple of minutes.

Make sure you have enough room on your hard drive.

They don't last long but they're under $40 a piece and play almost anything I put it them. Now, you'll need to get it into something PTE can use, so use this freeware utility -- Realaudio-to-Wav Recorder http://www.rawavrecorder.homestead.com/ Now you will have a .wav file. BTwincapture problem: win xp pro, tv card, no audio (wdm??) DC 10+ capturing? (program) Full version of AVI_IO 720*576 25 fps interlaced to 50 fps 720*288 ? The fault is not in the software, it's in the output device itself.

Join our site today to ask your question. Yes , 60i is short for 59.94i, which is short for 60000/1001 fields per second, and it give a more "live" look, like live action sports or soap operas. 60i is Processing time: It can take up to 3 hours to convert a complete DVD title into a VCD, even longer for the better formats. weblink Please try the request again.

Simply click the OK button to go back to the main window to verify the sizes of each part is below 700MB. I was just using the analogy to what is done with DVD for this situation, which is basically the same (in terms of the fps conversion) for blu-ray. I suggest you use DEEP ANALYSIS this time and every time you compress it after the first. I changed it to HIGH quality, and then re-captured my movie.

We will be compressing the movie so some quality will be lost, but for the love of god, believe me when I say it will be no worse than SVCD can Choose this, for example, when you when you want to distribut your CD to a large number of people" the MP3 function worked fine. AVS4YOU support poor. Also the resolution for a DVD is approximately 720x480, where as a standard SVCD is 480x480.