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Stuttering Video with Pinnacle


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Hi,

 

I captured and edited a video with Pinnacle Studio Plus 11.

 

Rendered the video to mpg. Used DVDit! HD to add menu and chapters then burn to Blue-Ray. The Blu-Ray DVD stutters during panning big time. I tried HDV2 and HD as settings in Pinnacle, both had the same results. MPG video itself seems OK.

 

Any ideas?

 

 

Thanks!

 

Mike

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Hi,

 

I captured and edited a video with Pinnacle Studio Plus 11.

 

Rendered the video to mpg. Used DVDit! HD to add menu and chapters then burn to Blue-Ray. The Blu-Ray DVD stutters during panning big time. I tried HDV2 and HD as settings in Pinnacle, both had the same results. MPG video itself seems OK.

 

Any ideas?

Thanks!

 

Mike

 

Does the stuttering happen on the MPEG before DVDit? If it does, the Pinnacle encoder did something funky. If not, check the field order on the MPEG so it matches DVDit or try encoding to non-interlace and see if this helps.

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so then why output an MPEG from Pinnacle if it is going to transcode it to MPEG. sounds pretty lossy. and since MPEG is created by creating frames based on the amount that changes in the frames it could be that your MPEG to MPEG transcode at those transitions is just not good. you should try to output an AVI instead and see how DVDit Pro HD transcodes that.

 

 

Pinnacle AVI settings are only full screen 720x480

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Does the stuttering happen on the MPEG before DVDit? If it does, the Pinnacle encoder did something funky. If not, check the field order on the MPEG so it matches DVDit or try encoding to non-interlace and see if this helps.

 

The MPG is fine. I tried Cyberlink Power Producer to burn to Blu-Ray and it was fine. Where are these settings for field order and non-interlace?

 

 

Mike

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so then why output an MPEG from Pinnacle if it is going to transcode it to MPEG. sounds pretty lossy. and since MPEG is created by creating frames based on the amount that changes in the frames it could be that your MPEG to MPEG transcode at those transitions is just not good. you should try to output an AVI instead and see how DVDit Pro HD transcodes that.

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