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21st September 2004, 07:27
I'm trying to encode my avi and it's coming out all crunchy and noisy. I've tried the batch encoder as well as the NSVenc. At first it was converting to 200+kbps and I thought that was the problem, so I /fr=XXXX in NSVenc and got it to encode at ~128kbps, but it is still coming out all nasty. I have all my settings to my stream config- AAC @ 64kbps, VP3 @ 128kbps/kf=90.
21st September 2004, 23:13
does the video work fine in windows media player (not other things, just WiMP)
21st September 2004, 23:36
That's what I use for playback for most videos. The avi works fine in Windows Media Player. But when I encode it it comes out heavily distorted. The best encoding I made was with the NSVenc cmd line and added /fr and got the bitrate down, but it still comes out crunchy.
I uploaded a small avi and nsv's encoded from it with the batch encoder, NSVenc and NSVenc/fr=11 (my NSVCAP fr).
22nd September 2004, 04:23
I had something similar happen to me. The way i got around it was to convert the avi back to mpg 1 and then batch encode it, it works fine for me, seemed the only thing to do. Main Concept MPEG Encoder, very very easy to use :)
To be honest i am suprised that there is no supported plugins for avi anywhere i have looked.
Am not saying there are none, but I have looked in a lot of places.
Whilst i am on the subject, where in ken's gui do i get the 128kbs down?
I mean i dont have the upload speed for more than 2 conns at a time @ 128kbps. I want to get it down so more people can connect to the server. Also another thing, where do i label the episode? I mean to when i check on the server http://127.0.0.1:8000 it shows me everything apart from the name of the show, this only happens in video sound works perfectly. So where do i put the name of the episode so peeps know what it is called?
Also one very last question, about brightness and contrast, any place i can download a plugin so i can brighten and use contrast, because all i see most of the time is very dark images.
Thanks for your help in advance guys
22nd September 2004, 10:30
Thanks! I tested the avi-->mpg-->nsv on that sample file and it lookes like it came out ok. It didn't really do well with that mpeg encoder, though, but there are plenty out there lol. Anyway, now I'm testing with the big 500MB avi I originally wanted to get converted. We'll see how it comes out. This stuff can be a royal pain sometimes, but that's what comes with using beta software...
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