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  1. i believe i have searched enough in the forum but cant find a answer

    i use tmpgenc to convert a xvid file to mpeg1 using the wizard ntscfilm
    i am sure i got the framerate correct(23.976) i checked with virtualdub.i did not change any of the setting except disabled inverse telecine which seem to be turned on default. The result is the file plays but it frequently get blocky if u dont understand what i mean i uploaded a short clip to of the mpg file to http://briefcase.yahoo.com
    username:tmpgec
    password:123456

    please help me solve this problem and by the way the xvid file is not corrupted i downloaded it with bt
    one more thing is it possible to turn inverse telecine off in the wizard by default
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  2. doesn't anyone know my problem and help me
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  3. XVid can be a pain in the ass to convert

    I convert XVids by first using VDub to convert the file to HuffYuv and then using TMPGEnc to convert the huffy to MPG
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  4. i solved the problem
    it seem that the divx codec is interferring with the xvid codec because everything work well after i uninstall the divx codec so a word of advice to everyone is to unistall divx codec and just use xvid since it play divx also
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    Originally Posted by mmasw
    I convert XVids by first using VDub to convert the file to HuffYuv and then using TMPGEnc to convert the huffy to MPG
    If you framserve directly from Vdub to TMPGEnc then you don't have to save an intermediate file at all. Set the output to uncompressed and go. Look in the Guides section for directions. 8)
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    How do you uninstall divx codec?
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  7. i didn't frameserve nor create an intermediate file at all
    i think if you look in your start menu under divx you will find the uninstall button if not go to setting then control panel then add or remove program and uninstall there
    if you use a codec pack like klite codec pack just uninstall everything and install again and deselect the divx codec
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  8. Originally Posted by ZippyP.
    Originally Posted by mmasw
    I convert XVids by first using VDub to convert the file to HuffYuv and then using TMPGEnc to convert the huffy to MPG
    If you framserve directly from Vdub to TMPGEnc then you don't have to save an intermediate file at all. Set the output to uncompressed and go. Look in the Guides section for directions. 8)
    yes...I've done that as well, and when I do I have used both Huffy and full frames as base in VDub.....I'm not sure which yields better quality...they both seem about the same.

    Frameserving is quite a bit slower then the other way, but it eliminates the AVI file size limit problem
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