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Old 05-11-2007, 05:09 AM   #4
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Originally Posted by h3170ra View Post

I've tried to make VCD using Canopus procoder, but I'm not satisfied with the result. First I thought that the best result that I can get. Then I watched the original VCD that made by other people, the quality is almost same as DVD. Do I have to use the 3rd party encoder program? Or is there any solution from Canopus?

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Procoder VCDs are pretty good, except where the source has a lot of fine details. e.g. water ripples or tree leaves. This is just a limitation of the MPEG1 bitrate used in the VCD standard. Professional VCDs will probably use some preprocessing to limit the video bandwidth before encoding to MPEG.
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