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Old 11th December 2001, 22:08   #1  |  Link
simon1uk
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Got a little problem.....

I have sucessfully burned out the movie Cats & Dogs to cd's, running fine through PowerDVD on my PC but it seems a little jumpy when running on a standalone player. If playing is speeded up on the DVD then it improves slightly, however it still seems jumpy. Can anyone offer a possible solution??? I'm burning through Fireburner.
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Old 12th December 2001, 09:03   #2  |  Link
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are you exceeding the bitrate of SVCD spec? Even if your not try re-encoding it at a lower bitrate. Perhaps your DVD players mpeg2 decoder is quite up to par.
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I am unsure as to weather or not the bitrate is too high. Where would i find a setting for this and what value do you recommend to use?
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you max bitrate...try something like 2200 for your Max. Bitrate....I SVCD spec max is 2723 although some go higher if their DVD players can handle decoding the higher bitrate.
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