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Two Hour Dvd Seems Jerky


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I'm capturing with a Dazzle DVC-100 AVI onto a separate hard drive. The video is a two hour video and is not copy protected. I create an ISO file using variable rate usually around 5000 bytes and I convert the video as it transcodes.

 

The video seems jerky during fast spots in the video like when the horses are running or a fight scene and I’m not happy with the result.

 

Should I not try to burn two hours but rather keep it to hour and 15 minutes or is there a setting I can change to make this work better?

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I'm capturing with a Dazzle DVC-100 AVI onto a separate hard drive. The video is a two hour video and is not copy protected. I create an ISO file using variable rate usually around 5000 bytes and I convert the video as it transcodes.

 

The video seems jerky during fast spots in the video like when the horses are running or a fight scene and I'm not happy with the result.

 

Should I not try to burn two hours but rather keep it to hour and 15 minutes or is there a setting I can change to make this work better?

 

A standard 4.7GB DVD can only hold 60 minutes of video at best quality. Any longer and the video has to compressed even more and you lose quality. Obviously during "action" scenes where there is a lot of motion high compression will give poor video.

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A standard 4.7GB DVD can only hold 60 minutes of video at best quality. Any longer and the video has to compressed even more and you lose quality. Obviously during "action" scenes where there is a lot of motion high compression will give poor video.

 

Thanks I suspected that was the case, I wonder if a video transfer services locally will have the compacity to compress at better quality to really do a two hour video, would they have better software the DVDIT Pro.

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I often encode up to 2 hours with no problems using Tmpg4 Xpress

 

it sounds like you have the wrong field order, which causes jitter when there is motion

 

DVD field order is upper field first

 

 

DVDIT Pro does not give you the option to pick fields I assume it’s already doing that field. However in Preferences I see I can set the transcoding to best quality. Maybe that will help.

 

I bought some DVD-9 disc to try dual layer but they came out even more jerky. The setting I used were VBR bit rate of 8700 Kbps.

 

Does anyone have any advice on how to burn a two hour

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