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February 12, 2005 at 1:56 AM #38803AnonymousInactive
hi im making a counter-strike video, for those of you know what that is.
i have an XVID compressor and i use “1stpass – quality” compressor
after i export the movie, my filesize is ok, but the video gets glitches. basically the image is not clean throughout the whole video.
can someone help me with which settings i should use?
February 12, 2005 at 3:13 AM #168592freemanParticipant
Set your encoder to 2 -pass compression capabilities try that (if it’s available). If that doesn’t work make another post with some of your general settings made on the videos you’ve had problems with.
February 12, 2005 at 3:24 AM #168593AnonymousInactive
yes i do have 2pass, but i dont know how to work it =/
my settings are:
motion search precision (0-6)
max i frame interval
min i frame interval
those are all the global settings
the tabs are: global, quantization, two pass, alt curve, credits, debug
February 12, 2005 at 3:28 AM #168594AnonymousInactive
other settings in the global are:
enable lumi masking
use chroma motion
global motion compensation
b-frame quantizer ratio
b-frame quantizer offset
DX50 B-VOP compatibility
print debug info on each frame
OK, those are ALL the global settings options
just incase you need to know
i usually turn off all the “enable” options.. right?
im confused =/
February 12, 2005 at 9:14 PM #168595AnonymousInactive
when you right click on other movies i have and look at properties,
in the summary tab, the video sample size is 24bit and the video compression is just “XVID”.
mine says the sample size is 32bit and the compression is “DivX codec”,
even after i export with the “XviD MPEG-4 codec”.
any idea how i can get the right compressor?
February 13, 2005 at 12:45 PM #168596freemanParticipant
Are you posting these videos to the web or Cd-rom?
February 13, 2005 at 1:45 PM #168597AnonymousInactive
well both actually..
if youre talkin about what filesize i want, im trying to be under 300mb for about 11-13 minutes of video.
when i export my movie im ok with the filesize, but it looks like every single frame isnt coming out clearly. and i see glitches during the movie. plus the video comes out a lot darker than how it shows in the preview from adobe premiere.
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