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Old 14 March 2010, 11:39   #125
Jack Burton
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Originally Posted by xpect View Post
That is really strange, because you are dealing here with uncompressed video saved from VirtualDub. Of course the quality of the original encode impacts on the quality of the uncompressed video. H264 originals would be better then Xvid and Xvid would be better than Mpeg1 and so on.

The source outputed from VirtualDub as long is 16-bit uncompressed and it is within the parameters required, for avi4hv, it will careless if it comes from whatever source.

I've test encoded from H264 sources and xvid sources without any problem whatsoever. The only mpeg1 i've used was the Space sample, and there was no problem also.

That is strange you having so much problems with the encode, unless something in your system is conflicting with the process.
Mmm yes that's quite strange. And you are right, It's more like if VirtualDub didn't convert correctly other video format. And conflicts would make sense since I have installed many video converter tools in the past because my old webcam had its own video format, then my digital camera video are M-JPEG+PCM format, I had to make some conversion to try the Amiga MPEG player RiVA (I'm registered to this excellent soft aswell) and so on. So I might try on another pc.

Originally Posted by Boo Boo
Hay Jack yes I even had the 1k problem yesterday once my video was converted to MPEG1 it worked Maybe increasing the bitrate might help? TMPGEnc normaly do some good software.
Okay, I will make a try with an increased bitrate. Maybe doubling it ?
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