Specific parts of an animation flicker in DVD Players
Frage von ichjetzthier: November 2009
I have long searched and tested all the possible answers, unfortunately, still does not come next. The following situtation.
I animated animation with some photos, some vector graphics, on trails, in part, 3D cameras, sometimes a few more effects on it, sometimes a couple of masks, the usual.
This animation I now want to render and play out on DVD. The render s.sich works in all versions, looks, as long as I do not go to the DVD player, made synonymous very good. But if I encode to MPEG-2 (no preference whether directly or from AE after about Final Cut Pro and Compressor), I find on the burned (using DVD Studio Pro authoring Correct) DVD then s.einigen posts strong flickering areas. These areas have always been particularly troubled structures (eg gravel) and it only flickers when moving.
Miscellaneous and-try approaches have failed. I have interlaced, progressive, uswusf ausgerendert in 25p, 25i, 50p, 50i, with square pixels, PAL-pixels, Anamorphic, in 1024x576, 720x576, no solution works. Always the result itself.
The raw material, the synonymous m2v data look good, the flickering only occurs on the DVD player.
I work in AE CS3 Pro. Compositional data: 1024x576, square pixels. I have rendered uncompressed, with animation codec with Stillimage-JPEG, MPEG2 ...
I suspect that there is an interlacing problem is (I have been synonymous tried all different kinds of field dominance), but if someone disagrees or knows the problem I'm glad. So, of course, especially about possible solutions. ;)
Is it perhaps s.den underlying photos? On the color spaces?
'm Looking forward to help! : D
Antwort von Mylenium:
Nö, nö nö, and you quite simply s.The pushes limits of the MPEG-2 format. Rapidly changing structures now create big time differences that can not be entered in the GOP. This was with Fields and Resolutionerstmal do absolutely nothing, but it certainly helps to set right these things. So, in plain language so that you may have to live. Sowas synonymous seen on commercial DVDs and will be encoded in a rule with far better tools, but can not synonymous circumvent the limitations of the format.
Antwort von ichjetzthier:
Okay, but what there is for the way? Thus, a flickering I've never seen on DVD ninth in the world. The time passing ... ;-)
It is not an MPEG-2-flicker like you know it, so no blocks of education, etc.
Which tool can be coded for so well that neither mock nor PC DVD player in Sochen what areas? On the PC, provides all been so useful in so synonymous. Flaring indeed occur until s.DVD player. I mean, every other video can handle it synonymous movements and bring to DVD, since I've never had problems with, is not synonymous with other Stillimage animations, and not synonymous with turbulent structures like these.
Should this really be the sad truth?
Antwort von MK:
Attempts to create your source material times a slight vertical blur. Structures of which only one line are high flicker on a tube system in place.