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Old 17th February 2006, 23:32   #1  |  Link
Defenestration
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Resultant XviD is a bit jerky when camera pans

After converting a few DVD's to XviD format using AutoGK, I have been impressed with the ease of AutoGK and the results. One slight problem I've noticed though is that the movie can become a bit jerky on some of the XviD's when the camera is panned across the scene. I'm thinking that it might be to do with different frame rates from the source and destination, which results in either some frames being dropped or some being added to the resultant XviD.

Any idea how I can make this jerky problem go away, or is it just an artifact of converting some DVD's (hence it cannot be removed) ?
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