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I made a VCD which out of a DIVX movie and when I watch it sometimes it it has those distorsions over the screen, I mean whole picture, and audio is late, like the video runs much faster than the audio and vice-versa.
Before I make VCD I do some adjustments (size, contrast-brightness, audio adjustments, etc...) of a file I want to convert into a VCD and I do that i VirtualDubMod.
Would it be better to convert movie as it is without adjustments or adjustments have nothing to do with it.
I wish U well
-- Almir N (firstname.lastname@example.org), July 23, 2003
I suggest you go to http://www.vcdhelp.com and look at the guides on how to encode using TMPGenc (available at http://www.tmpgenc.net). Virtual Dub and its various spin off programs can be very difficult to use correctly. I do want to mention that TMPGenc is very bad at audio conversions and you should use a program like the BeSweet GUI (http://www.doom9.net in the Downloads section) to convert your audio and only convert the video with TMPGenc, then mux them together.
-- Root (email@example.com), July 24, 2003.