Why am i getting a jerky frame rate with nero vision?

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  1. ScouserAndy

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    Say i want to burn an xvid to dvd using nero vision. When its complete and i play the dvd, every second i get a bit of picture judder. This is at PAL. NTSC and the picture isnt very smooth.


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    due to the conversion process from NTSC to PAL. with PAL being 25fps and NTSC 23.997, the conversion puts in an extra frame to make up the defecit.
     
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    So there is no way around this? Just grin and bare it?

    is there away of seeing what frame rate the source file is?
     
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    Hi,
    I burn a lot of downloaded stuff and haven't seen this problem myself but I do tend to use Pinnacle studio for my DVD creation and Nero for the more basic stuff...its a bit lacking in the finary.
    Try not converting the original at all because most players and TV accept both pal and NTSC. What I have noticed is selecting 'progresssive' in the options when creating the type of DVD burn does make the whole thing smoother. cos DVD is a progressive image.
    You can Google search and download a free utility called Gspot.. which analyses most video files to tell you what you got.
    Hope this helps.
     
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    That was my next question. Whats the best alternative to nero vision? Pinnacle?
     

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