VGA to PAL judder??

Discussion in 'Amateur Video Production' started by POD {Ò¿Ó}, Oct 16, 2003.

  1. POD {Ò¿Ó}

    POD {Ò¿Ó} Guest

    Downloading material in VGA 30fps, and burning them to PAL DVD 25fps, and
    I'm getting judder on movement.

    I'm about to encode one as NTSC 29.7fps, do you think this will resolve
    issues, or not?
     
    POD {Ò¿Ó}, Oct 16, 2003
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  2. How are you converting these files into DVD PAL format ? Are you downloading
    ..avi and using TMPGEnc to convert to DVD PAL format as described below;

    DVD PAL;

    Video Compression: Constant Bitrate
    Video Bitrate: 4000kbps
    Frame Rate: 25 fps
    GOP Pattern: IBBPBBPBBPBBP
    Audio Compression: Layer II
    Audio Mode: Stereo
    Audio Bitrate: 224 kbps
    Speed/Quality Indicator: 1
    Video Output: 720 * 576
     
    Nick Le Lievre, Oct 17, 2003
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  3. POD {Ò¿Ó}

    POD {Ò¿Ó} Guest

    I've tried several encoding variables, like various compressions live two
    pass variable. I tend to stick to the better settings as described here...
    http://dvd-hq.info/Compression.html

    but to surmise...
    Video Compression: two pass VBR
    Video Bitrate: Average 6000, max 8000, min 2000 (no padding)
    Aspect Ratio: 16:9
    Frame Rate: 25 fps
    GOP Pattern: IBPBPBPBPB (1,4,1)
    Frames per GOP: 15
    Motion search: motion estimate search(fast)
    Audio Compression: Layer II
    Audio Mode: Stereo
    Audio Bitrate: 384 kbps
    Video Output: 720 * 576
     
    POD {Ò¿Ó}, Oct 17, 2003
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  4. POD {Ò¿Ó}

    Samuel Paik Guest

    How did you do the frame rate conversion?
    Probably not.
     
    Samuel Paik, Oct 17, 2003
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  5. POD {Ò¿Ó}

    Art Guest

    For whatever it's worth, I have a PAL camcorder that I play through an
    NTSC television using a PAL-to-NTSC converter box that I got off of
    Ebay for $140. The motion is jittery, and according to the person I
    got the box from that is just a product of the PAL to NTSC conversion.
    So I've been wondering then why can you supposedly play a PAL DVD in
    any USA DVD player and have it play fine. But from your situation it
    sounds as though maybe that is not possible either, at least not going
    the other way (NTSC-to-PAL as opposed to what I'm doing).

    Please post if you find a solution to your problem! Good luck.

    - Art
     
    Art, Oct 20, 2003
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