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Old 8 Feb 2007, 05:02 AM   #1
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Can TMPGEnc Plus directly convert a PAL avi to a NTSC mpg?
I tried and the result is a jerky output...
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TMPGEnc by itself? no, unless you like the jerky ouput this method always works, and is easy, no sync issues - ever.
PAL to NTSC: avi/mpg to DVD conversion using TMPGEnc & DGPulldown
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Thanks Columbo. Im gonna try it.
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Hi Gillou,

Just out of curiosity ... why are you converting your PAL AVI to NTSC!?!?

The new DVD Players play all kind of AVI's just fine!

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Hey Gonwk,

my DVD player does not play Divx and only reads NTSC.
Im also fascinated by the challenge...
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Hi Gillou,

You know ... you are RIGHT ... the only way to learn more about all the "Neat" tools on the web.

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Hey Columbo,

In order to skip the #6 step in your guide, can I just select ES (Video+Audio) in the "Stream type" tab? It makes the output in 2 separate streams...
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i wouldn't deviate from the guide, i recall people complaining about sync issues that way - why i don't know. i think it also adds a little more time to encode. de-multiplexing only takes a few minutes anyway - but you can try it and see

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Conversion successful. Thanks Columbo, great job on ur guide.
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Conversion successful. Thanks Columbo, great job on ur guide.
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