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Old 30 May 2006, 03:49 AM   #1
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Hello,

I'm here with a great problem...

any of you like to record a CD with these videos to watch on a big TV with you DviX DVD-Player?

well, I like, and love this movie
http://www.own-age.com/vids/video.aspx?id=2175

but what is unbelievable is when reach the matrix part, everything become so slow (sound/music too) like I was really playing the game and don't have a good enough machine to play.

Start when the first "green" appears on the screen, and still very slow when still have "green" in the screen.

When I say "green" means the Matrix Green FX, not only the green color.

Worst part...


Getting better, but still have "green" and still slow...


Comeback to normal when the "green" is gone when starting to up de stairs, so everything is back to perfection.


Is like in the Lord of the Rings in the final battle don't have enough memory to run all this stuff on the screen...

yes, is playing perfect at my computer, or in the CD that I burned (I burned twice in 2 CDs to make sure isn't the media)...

but is just a movie, isn't real time processing right? so why this problem? maybe FPS change in this part? any clues?

or at least, a easy way to rerender the video with default Xvid settings? I can make easily Xvid movies that plays perfect on my DVD, but this one wasn't made by myself.

and unfortunately, I can't open Xvid or DviX at Vegas to edit.
exist a way to do that?

thanks,
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Old 30 May 2006, 05:25 PM   #2
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Default setting is to use unrestricted profile. For a SAP, you should probably stick with one of the Home Theatre profiles. This will enable (for a 2 pass encode) VBV settings to keep bitrate spikes in check. The other thing is that CD's are not capable of the same data transfer rates as DVD's. So sometimes simply burning to a DVD instead of a DVD can help.

For editing, you should only encode to XviD/DivX once you are done editing.
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Old 31 May 2006, 07:26 AM   #3
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I don't got it. I need to change the config of my DVD-Player? which value?

I'll try later record on a DVD...

and about XviD, I know, but this video wasn't made by myself. I just download from internet and want to watch at the TV...

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Old 31 May 2006, 04:51 PM   #4
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No, I meant change the XviD settings for encoding. SAP's have limitations on what bitrates they can handle. Too high a bitrate could explain the slow down. The HT VBV values prevent bitrate spikes where XviD would normally have them due to say a fast action scene that requires hight bitrates to encode.
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Old 31 May 2006, 11:09 PM   #5
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Ok, but like I said, this video I downloaded from the Internet already in XviD format, so I can't reencode...

Is possible to Convert this XviD to uncompressed AVI to let me edit and reencode right later?

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