Question about Ulead DVD Workshop 2 for PC
Hi there, im hoping that someone is able to give us a bit of guidance as our IT guy is doing his best to look busy and not helping us. We've burnt a dvd, with a menu, and when it's played on a DVD player, people's movements are all jerky/strobing. We've tried a number of possible solutions ie, changing the quality, burning as an ISO disc image before burning to a DVD-R but nothing seems to have worked, it's still strobing. HELP! Coz our IT guy is a bit of a fool and seems not very willing to give us help. Many Thanks Amy.
Amy, We would need a few more details about your video in question. Origional movie filetype, method of encoding, software used to burn, capture card used to create file etc. I do know for sure that making an ISO instead of a burning the folders or video files as a data/video DVD really doesn't do anything to help you with this problem. Also are you burning a traditional DVD or like many new players will play divx, xvideo, and windows media files. All of which could be burnt to a CD or DVD, and I have seen many files act similar to what your describing. Basically try to encode the video with another program and check to make sure you are using the appropriate frames per second. Here's a link to a free encoder that really works great for me. http://flaskmpeg.sourceforge.net/ O yea if you are trying to copy a vhs to dvd or a dvd without ripping the dvd you will get uneven audio, and video problems its called MACROVISION. good luck, Hack
Posted on Jul 13, 2007
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