I have read with the program "Ulead MovieFactory 4.0 SE," a VHS and then burn them to DVD. The recording was carried out automatically in MPEG format. Then I decided to simply burn to DVD and although at the highest possible quality, ie 4:3 picture and a video rate of 7000th The video was a total of 43 minutes and has fitted a 4.7 GB DVD. In the preview, I was quite normal in the current picture and the sound appear synonymous. When I wanted to play the disc in the DVD player was the Picture verflimmert with fast movements or distorted dargstellt, so they had the impression that the picture will stutter when playing, but not the whole picture, but there was a sort of "contrails" at each sequence of movements when they went quickly. With a fixed part of the picture without the great movements of the picture appeared as a normal and good.
I assume that I must somehow make a different attitude, maybe even when recording to hard drive and then at the options for creating a DVD. Can someone tell me exactly what I really need a post? Another video rate or even a completely different MPEG format?
Antwort von ropro:
That sounds very much like an interlace problem.
The Palvideostandard used interlaced, which means a whole picture is actually composed of two staggered half-images that appear s.PC linewise ineiandergewoben. Use the search function-! Typically, the lower field is first = Bottom Field First (it is said, at least in TMPEG)
DVDs and DVB-TV, but work almost exclusively with Top Field First (why always synonymous).
I guess that when your program makes a mistake or there is a wrong attitude.
I am aware of the program is not, but look again, if there is somewhere an option that reads something like this: interlace field order, field order or something.
Then I decided to simply burn to DVD and although at the highest possible quality, ie 4:3 picture and a video rate of 7000th
It sounds as if you encode your MPEG-recording the CD again. Why? MPEG-2 DVD's already standard.
Good luck, ropro
Antwort von Modehilli:
Thanks for your answer.
I have not rendered twice the video, it was included again in the same format and burn to DVD. It has indeed at sowas always the possibility to change the data rate so that more time matches on one DVD. Since you have this program, some settings, but I do not think that there lies the problem.
Today came into my mind that it may be possible because I've chosen the wrong TV format, because, strangely, it has already asked me when installing, what TV standard I use. Then there are PAL / SECAM and NTSCP or whatever it's called. That could then set again synonymous in the program.
And there is a setting option where you set what picture is displayed first in some way (do not know, I erstmal quickly). There one could choose between the lower and upper half frame half frame. Think the standard was lower picture that I was then taken as synonymous. Presumably this is where it is synonymous of errors and I have to try it just once, whether it works with these other settings.
As a TV standard, but I always take PAL / SECAM, right?
Antwort von Gast1:
Look at the time but synonymous here: http://forum.slashcam.de/problem-interlaced-effekt-nicht-gleichmaig-vt35331.html?highlight=vhs
Antwort von Markus:
The PAL television standard in this country is widespread. The setting of PAL / SECAM is correct.
I suspect the reason for the later playback problems already arise when reading (capturing) of video recordings. Between the analog VHS recorders and the software must still be a component that digitizes the analog signal. What hardware is used for this?
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