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Old 2004-11-02, 20:20   Link #1
SlasherX
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Problems with TMPGEnc

I want to convert an anime AVI to SVCD. So, I decided to use TMPGEnc. To be specific, the Naruto Anbu episodes, like 106. Everytime I do convert it to MPEG, the video has some blocky images in it. But it doesn't show when I play the orignal AVI.

Does anyone know why?
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Old 2004-11-02, 21:09   Link #2
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Blocky as in everything looks a lot of pixels?
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Old 2004-11-02, 22:16   Link #3
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Quote:
Originally Posted by AnimeOni
Blocky as in everything looks a lot of pixels?
Like This:

It just happens during some images, not through out the video. But it's frequent.


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Old 2004-11-03, 01:56   Link #4
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It looks like a decoder (CODEC) issue. When you do a playback, are you using the Divx Player or another player using ffdshow? If FFDSHOW, you need to get the DIVX codec. Make sure you are using the latest CODEC to prevent problems.

TMPGEnc

- select video source (your avi file)
- load Video source (VideoCD(NTSC) if the source in 29,97/30fps
- hit preview to check your source is good
- select settings
-> video - high
-> select advanced
---> video source 1:1 or 4:3
---> Video Arange Method : full screen keep aspect ratio

This will create the MPG file. See if you can view it correctly.
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Old 2004-11-03, 02:47   Link #5
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Edit: Nevermind, I just figured out what was causing it. It was something simple I overlooked. Thanks a lot for taking your time to help me.

I have the latest DIVX codec: 5.2.1. I used the settings you posted and it's still the same thing in the preview; there are blocky images.

In GSpot, this is what it says about the episode:


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