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    I have trouble when export the photo to MPEG-1 using Magix movie edit.
    The result of MPEG-1 has bad resolution of image than original one.
    I'm trying use video size 720x480, 720x576 and 768x576 with 4000 Kbits/sec (bit rate), 29.97 (frame rate)
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    Hi there.

    I have trouble when export the photo to MPEG-1 using Magix movie edit.
    Does that mean you want an MPG still-frame
    If so, then you'd better be using TMPGEnc and an adequate quantize matrix:

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    Originally Posted by Nicksummer
    I have trouble when export the photo to MPEG-1 using Magix movie edit.
    The result of MPEG-1 has bad resolution of image than original one.
    I'm trying use video size 720x480, 720x576 and 768x576 with 4000 Kbits/sec (bit rate), 29.97 (frame rate)
    Well, the VCD spec is:
    https://www.videohelp.com/vcd

    PAL Video: (Shouldn't you use that in Singapore?)
    1150 kbit/sec MPEG-1
    352 x 288 pixels
    25 frames/second

    or NTSC/NTSC Film
    Video: 1150 kbit/sec MPEG-1
    352 x 240 pixels
    29,97 frames/second
    23,976 frames/second NTSC Film

    So you see it's much lower resolution and bitrate.
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    Are you trying to make a VCD with
    1. a series of user-advanceable MPEG stills?
    or
    2. a video track pre-mixed-down from a timed/transitioning slideshow?

    #1 allows encoding MPEG1 stills format (704 x 480/576), wheras #2 only allows MPEG1 video format (352 x 240/288). Use VCDEasy's stills encoder tool for the stills, use TMPGEnc for the video.

    Also, if you're actually trying to make a compliant VCD, your bitrate is WAY too high!

    Scott
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