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Old 24 Mar 2005, 02:52 AM   #1
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Default Using TMPGEnc for AVI to MPG2 conv. - output video "stutters"

Hi folks,

I am having a devil of a time trying to convert AVI files to MPG-2 using TMPGEnc Plus 2.5 (vers.2.56.39.143). The output files look and sound very good, but "stutter" slightly, especially when the camera pans. I've tried changing various advanced settings regarding framerate. I haven't tried 2-pass VBR since it would take forever. Why is the framerate messed up?

Is there another program I might have better luck with? I have tried several, they either don't work at all or have poor quality (low bitrates).

Thanks for your help!
Here is some info on my setup and input file info:


OS Info = Windows XP Professional Edition Service Pack 2, build = 2600 Processor: Intel Pentium« 4 @ 3.12 GHz
Graphics Card: NVIDIA GeForce 6800 Ultra
Total Physical Memory: 2 GB
Two SATA Raid0 Arrays 100+gb free


Input File:
Video Frame Rate: 23.98

File Name: D:\GHSFootball2004.xvid_pcm.avi
File 4CC: XVID/XVID
File size(M): 1009

Video:
Resolution: 576 x 320
Frame Rate: 23.98
Total Frames: 74254
Total Time: 00:51:37.01
Selected Frames: 74254

Audio:
Channels: Stereo
Sample Rate: 48.000 kHz
Bits per Sample: 16
Total samples: 148656389
Selected samples: 148656389
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Old 24 Mar 2005, 03:52 AM   #2
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On tmpgenc's main settings screen, set Framerate to 23.976, and lower down, set Encode mode to 3:2 pulldown when playback.
This should stop the stuttering.
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also IF you have direct show multimedia file reader set highest priority, enable "inverse telecine" with re-boots settings[except of "23.976fps", choose: "23.976fps(29.97fps internally)]. i always use this method, and it ALWAYS works for me.

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The setting, "23.976fps(29.97fps internally)" enables 3:2 pulldown, so either way is fine
Inverse telecine would depend more on what the source is.
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i added it only cause it's a gauranteed method

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