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Sep 10, 2012 20:33 |  #1

I am trying to make a DVD right at the beginning the movie starts out good and a 1/3 into it it starts to get choppy to it finally freezes up

The video is in MPEG2 format the camcorder can make HD and standard I convert the HD into MPEG2 I use the same program to make other video's from a other analog camcorder and converted to MPEG2 and make ok video I changed to Digital to get better video's But Is only having this problem with what I record with Digital camcorder

I have Tried different DVD players Some will not read the disk other will play some and get Choppy and then Freezes I have used the Same DVD-R have successfully made other home movies but this is the first time with a Dual HD and standard camcorder




  
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Sep 12, 2012 14:08 |  #2

Im trying to wade through the shakey grammar and random capitalizations to try and find your issue.

First things first: DVD's are standard definition. You should properly downconvert the footage to something before making an mpeg2 so that you can set an appropriate framerate, frame size, and crop it correctly.


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Sep 12, 2012 14:32 |  #3

J_O_S_H_U_A wrote in post #14982061 (external link)
Im trying to wade through the shakey grammar and random capitalizations to try and find your issue.

I know this is probably a surprise to many Americans, but not everybody on this forum speaks English as a first language. For example, in German you are required to capitalize all nouns no matter where they are in a sentence.


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