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whenever i make a disc image from an avi movie in toast 10 the resulting movie judders as if a frame had been skipped. the avis are good quality and there is no judder before i make a disc image of the movie before i burn it to disc this happens every time with different movies .any advice would be gratefuly recieved.

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Try turning on Half-Pel in the Custom encoder settings window.

still the same ,it must be something to do with the encoding process beacause there is no judder on the original avi, ive tried adjusting the bitrate settings etc but it remains the same.

 

 

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still the same ,it must be something to do with the encoding process beacause there is no judder on the original avi, ive tried adjusting the bitrate settings etc but it remains the same.

I'm sorry but I haven't seen what you're describing. AVIs come in many different sizes and formats. When Toast encodes for a video DVD it makes the video 720x480 (if NTSC), 30 fps and interlaced. If your AVI is smaller than that and fewer fps then that it could result in less-than-ideal playback. Sometimes Toast chooses the wrong order for the interlacing which shows up as shaky images where there is motion. Your description doesn't sound like that, but you can force a different field order in the custom encoder window.

 

You may find elsewhere something that can encode the AVI to MPEG video at a lower resolution that still meets the video DVD spec. You can use that MPEG file in Toast and turn on Never re-encode in the custom encoder settings window. The video DVD spec is described in the What is DVD link at videohelp.com.

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