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#1 dipdog


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Posted 10 February 2010 - 02:03 PM

I have a newbie question, if anyone's willing to answer :) I have an avi file that I wanted to burn to a DVD. Its a good quality avi that looks good when I view it on a laptop. I used DVD Flick to write the VOB/IFO files. Then I used ImgBurn to build the ISO file and write to disk. When I view the VOB files, using SMPlayer, they look great. But, when I convert the VOB files and write to disk, the finished product has large blocks in the dark areas. I think they call that pixelation? If the VOB files look fine, is my problem with a) the way that I'm writing to disk, B) the way that I'm converting to ISO, or C) the way that I'm writing the VOB/IFO files?

Like I said, I'm a newbie, so please forgive my ignorance! Appreciate any help you can offer.

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Posted 10 February 2010 - 11:14 PM

Your pixellation problem is caused by the manner in which you are creating the file. Too much compression will lead to what you are experiencing. Other than that, I can say no more on the subject. ;)

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