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  • prakashkrp
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    Originally posted by antonsvideo View Post
    I don't think you would like my ideal one

    in any case, 50mb/sec should be a minimum for each drive used during your encoding
    I will collect the speed data from the problem studio (pixel), hope it would be the hdd low speed. Thanks for your suggesstion

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  • antonsvideo
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    I don't think you would like my ideal one

    in any case, 50mb/sec should be a minimum for each drive used during your encoding

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  • prakashkrp
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    Originally posted by antonsvideo View Post
    can I see the results of hard disk test?
    Can you show me the ideal scenario of harddisk speed test by Roor hdd test?

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  • prakashkrp
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    Originally posted by antonsvideo View Post
    can I see the results of hard disk test?
    I will provide it shortly

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  • antonsvideo
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    can I see the results of hard disk test?

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  • prakashkrp
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    Originally posted by antonsvideo View Post
    the good news is that I have never seen this, so one thing is for sure, it is not a bug

    so we need to establish the cause, like Fat32 formatted disks instead of NTFS, or the drives too slow?

    try diskspeed from www.roadkil.net (free) and report back the result of the third line mb/sec and second last of all drives in your PC
    http://www.videoproductions.com.au/e...iskspeed-C.gif
    This is tested several times. But I am surprised that the converting procedure I have tested in 5 pieces in a studio. He has new pc and old too. I must know that all hdd are in NTFS format. But I declare this problem not come continuously.

    Truly,
    Prakash
    Last edited by prakashkrp; 04-22-2008, 12:13 PM.

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  • antonsvideo
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    the good news is that I have never seen this, so one thing is for sure, it is not a bug

    so we need to establish the cause, like Fat32 formatted disks instead of NTFS, or the drives too slow?

    try diskspeed from www.roadkil.net (free) and report back the result of the third line mb/sec and second last of all drives in your PC
    http://www.videoproductions.com.au/e...iskspeed-C.gif

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  • prakashkrp
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    Originally posted by antonsvideo View Post
    so when you play the video on edius timeline, it plays perfect, no pixelize?

    then when you export from edius timeline via procoder2, it causes pixelize?

    was the source video copyright protected with macrovision etc?

    are all your hard disks formatted NTFS?
    Yes..in timeline it is ok, but converted movie become pixelize in some areas..some time the hole converted movie pixelise. There no difference if I convert the timeline into procoder or procoder2.
    Not obviously..it is simple wedding movie.

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  • antonsvideo
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    so when you play the video on edius timeline, it plays perfect, no pixelize?

    then when you export from edius timeline via procoder2, it causes pixelize?

    was the source video copyright protected with macrovision etc?

    are all your hard disks formatted NTFS?

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  • prakashkrp
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    Originally posted by antonsvideo View Post
    I have never tried Procoder2, but it should and must work

    I have tried and used ProCoder3.05.60 and it works fine with ac3 (dolby digital) audio (not available in Procoder2)

    is your target DVD?

    also, I recommend updating to Edius 4.61 (free)

    what is the purpose of the m2p (DVD or other?)
    My target is vcd/dvd to final output my project. My question is why it pixelize the output video as i attached an image in my title quote. There no question about the encoder plugin or version, the 'pixelize' manipulation also happen in proCoder1 also.

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  • antonsvideo
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    I have never tried Procoder2, but it should and must work

    I have tried and used ProCoder3.05.60 and it works fine with ac3 (dolby digital) audio (not available in Procoder2)

    is your target DVD?

    also, I recommend updating to Edius 4.61 (free)

    what is the purpose of the m2p (DVD or other?)

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  • prakashkrp
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    Originally posted by antonsvideo View Post
    please advise exact steps taken to convert the timeline

    also, what is the project setting

    and what are the source clips
    I used the procoder2 to convert the m2p files. My source files are canopus dv avi.
    Project settings: Generic OHCI SD PAL 720X576 50i 4:3 48KHZ 2CH (ALL AVI FILES ARE USING IN THIS PROJECT ALSO CAPTURE INTO SAME PROJECT SETTINGS)
    Last edited by prakashkrp; 04-21-2008, 12:34 PM. Reason: Project settings:

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  • antonsvideo
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    please advise exact steps taken to convert the timeline

    also, what is the project setting

    and what are the source clips

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  • prakashkrp
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    Pixelize output video

    Hi,

    I am a reseller. I found that some time edius gives pixelize video output, when we convert the timeline. I have tested it in several pc's. It is not a continuous problem, but it can be happen anytime. I change the pc, change the camera, the tape, the video clip but nothing solve my problem. I attached a image of the pixelize video so u can identify the problem.

    Truly,
    Prakash Kumar Patra

    My System: Intel DG33FBE, Core2Duo2.4, 2GB DDR2, Colorsit SMPS, ACEDVio, Edius 4.54, ProCoder2, XplodePro4.5
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