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Old 20 Jan 2002, 12:09 PM   #1
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Default Different resolutions

Hi.. a quick comment

I have noticed that when i encode with the standard VCD resolution: 352*288, the quality is very bad (although... on screen) (With the standard template of TMPGenc: Video-CD PAL)

However, when i encode with al the same options, but with the resolution of the Divx movie: 640*352,
then the quality improves dramatically an approches the Divx .avi movie...

Is this because it is shown on a pc screen and not a TV screen, will it look better on the TV..???

If i encode with the higher resolution..... will this affect the aspect ratio on the TV...???? i usually use this option 4:3 pal

Thanx for any reply!!!!!!!
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Old 20 Jan 2002, 12:50 PM   #2
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Don't attempt to juge the final TV appearance by the appearance on your monitor - different players (on your PC) can create different displays. Just experiment by burning to R/W CDs...
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Old 20 Jan 2002, 01:14 PM   #3
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the resolution you mentioned is not vcd compliant and thus shouldnt be used at all!
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