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Old 29 Nov 2002, 04:26 AM   #1
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Default divx5, clean but pixelated

Ok lately my DVD rips have been turning out like crap and I'm not sure what the reason is.

I'm using gknot and the settings I normally use with other rips that have turned out fine. I've also tried a couple of different players which seem to help a little but not much.

What's happening is that when I play the file everything looks pretty good untill something white or bright (usually a light) comes on the scene then it looks as if the bright object (again mostly light sources) looks all pixelated or highly aliased and it only looks like that around that object all other objects look fine.

Here is a pic to give you an idea of what I'm taliking about

The above is with zoomplayer but it looks the same with wmp 6.4 and divx player.
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Old 29 Nov 2002, 04:48 AM   #2
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Nevermind, divx player plays it fine
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Old 29 Nov 2002, 05:35 AM   #3
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look slike the overlay is not active to improve/smooth your video

re-install vga drivers + direct-x is my suggestion
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