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Old 16 Sep 2005, 04:09 AM   #1
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i have been able to encode av to ddv and playback now, but now the problem is when i playback, my picture is clear when there is no motion and when there there is motion, my picture gets fuzzy and with small tiny little blocks. i have tried different converters and the result is the same. i have a GE force 2mx/mx 400. help!!!!!
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how does the original look with fast panning scenes? what software did you use to convert? is this true with the file being played back on the pc?
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in a small window, it plays great, but when i full screen it on the computer it loses picture quality.
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i use santa dvd.
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i would love to be able to covert it without losing so much quality. the quality is fine with the still picture, but it's the motion that ruins my movies.
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sounds as if the original file is poor, you'll never make something great out of a poor quality file. if this is not the case tell us. panning scenes is where pixels are always evident.
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