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Mpeg4 to dvd problems

I HAVE A DVC CAMCORDER WHICH RECORDS DIRECT TO SDHC CARD. RESULTS LOOK FINE WHEN PLAYED DIRECT TO TV. RECORDED IN MPEG4. WHEN I HAVE FINALLY MANAGED TO CONVERT MPEG4 TO MPEG2 TO BURN A DVD THE RESULTS ARE VERY JUDDERY AND NOT VERY FLUID. WHAT AM I DOING WRONG PLEASE?

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How are you converting the mpeg4 into mpeg 2 ?

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