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Frage von t-jey:
November 2005

I take s.and to the DVB-T analog with Ulead DVD MovieFactory 4.0 (uncompressed RGB AVI). Coding I let things always with high quality 2-pass, etc. Everything is nice - except that it kl for hard cuts always result in a. Flaring is because the field order does not seem right. I've set it as the "Upper Field First" - is this analogy gecapturetes DVB-T right? In between is everything OK with the settings, only for the hard cuts, it's not true. I have been synonymous "Bottom field first try" - but then it flickers constantly.

Has anyone an idea?



Antwort von Nightfly!:

Hello t-jey!

So first DVB-T is not analogous, second pick would rather DV or MJPEG AVI (or equal to MPEG2) codec as host. For uncompressed comes to hire your plate and not with the jerky then.

Thirdly, I would Nehem lower field first.

Greeting
Nightfly



Antwort von Fan29:

Have you watched DVDs synonymous s.Television times? Well known, one must select yes to the television as a different field order for the computer! :)








Antwort von t-jey:

Thanks for your answers!

@ Nightfly - If I is the analog output of my DVB-T receiver via scart s.den S-VHS input einstöpsel my graphics card, probably the analogy, right?

@ Fan29 - Yes, the effect occurs only at s.TV (age 50 Herz Nordmende). My DVD player is a Yamaha S1500. Everything runs through RGB scart. On Calculator everything looks immaculate from (Power DVD 5.0 or MS Media Player 10.0). What you have to select field order for PAL TV? Or is a PAL DVD basically mastered with "field above"?

I have only 1 / 4 clue - and that hurts :-)



Antwort von Nightfly!:

"t-jey" wrote:

@ Nightfly - If I is the analog output of my DVB-T receiver via scart s.den S-VHS input einstöpsel my graphics card, probably the analogy, right?


Yep! Of course! Sorry that I had not thought of.
Greeting Nightfly



Antwort von t-jey:

Nightfly, can you tell something more about fields? In Manual of MovieFactory 4.0 is that normal PAL TV "Upper Field" is first. Igrndwo else I heard that in a digital PAL but lower comes first. does that mean that this is synonymous with DVB-T? Even if it is analogous to tapping? Ulead MovieFactory can try it before I even synonymous capturn - and here comes "Lower Field First" as a result. An earlier version of the program but was always "upper", so I can not believe the matter up, and always "upper" manual set. It's just confusing ...

Some hard cuts fold synonymous (randomly), another flicker - and it is (as you can see in frame mode), that is one field of the new setting, and again for the last half-image of the old attitudes between them appear before the next scene in liquid through ...



Antwort von Nightfly!:

Hello t-jey!

Further observations would go beyond the scope here.
Here are some links to information:
http://www.ltc.lu/enseignants/alain.brauckmann/media/script/video/dvpostprod/dvpostprod.htm
http://www.slashcam.de/info/Codec-with-Option-fr-Oberes-Unteres-Halbbild-zuerst--87748.html
http://www.digitalvideoschnitt.de/forum/phpforum2_UleadMediaStudio-VideoStudio__16831_.html
http://www.braner-net.de/fotovideo/videoschnitt/begriffe.htm

Greeting, Nightfly.



Antwort von t-jey:

Thank you, Nightfly! Probably still need me there next reingraben ...



Antwort von Fan29:

By Halbbildreihenfolgenzeugs I was once almost synonymous s.verzweifeln. At best you create a test disc (DVD-RW would be useful;)) and then burn on it always the same clips, only with different field order. So you learn quickly and you're here synonymous yet sure what field order you need for Ulead MovieFactory 4.0 for your TV set. :-)



Antwort von t-jey:

One reads (synonymous here in the forum) to 5078 so synonymous contradictory things :-) I have already experimented with RWs - is the latest result now is that the quality of the (no preference as moving) images is acceptable in both cases, and that fold in both cases, hard times and cuts are times verberzelt. Beautiful Chaos ...

My current theory is that there simply s.and to fall on a hard cut out one field under the table and then the next is incorrectly threaded. Is it so that when hard cuts from the TV (or analog video), the change takes place always full to the next picture? Then it would not enter the upper field, namely, of the last scene, followed by a lower field of the new, right? These stories bring the dirty namely flicker. It is not synonymous nitpicking: has the case fast-cut music recordings, one every 2-3 seconds, a pesky editing ...




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