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    Hi,

    I just burnt my first movie of about 30 mins of analogue tape to DVD.
    I used Encore DVD 1.5 to create menus and encoding.
    I encoded using 7mb VBR 2 pass, etc....

    Once I put the DVD into my player the picture is very jerky when the picture moves in any direction.

    Did I use an incorrect encoding setting.
    Should I have used CBR pass instead.

    Is it something I am doing wrong or should I use some other software to encode.

    Thanks in advance.
    Whatsoever thy hand findeth to do, do it with thy might.

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    Did the movie playback alright on the original tapes? And did it playback alright on the computer aswell? Finally, what spec is your computer? I used that 7Mb setting recently and the disk turned out alright.

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    Thanks for the reply.

    I am using a pentium 2.2 hz laptop unfortunately.

    I fixed the proeblem by encoding using the CBR code.
    Whatsoever thy hand findeth to do, do it with thy might.

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    So your videos are playing back alright now after you changed from VBR at 7Mb to CBR?

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    Yes.
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