Victory by Design Ferrari, Maserati, Jaguar, Alfa Romeo and Aston Martin DVDs

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  1. davidoloan, Feb 2, 2013
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    macrumors 6502

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    Using the Apple TV3 setting in Handbrake, the DVD's from this series come out slightly blurred and very jerky (using the Apple TV3 setting which normally works fine). I am using Handbrake on an .iso copy I made of the DVD.

    The latest Handbrake does a better job with them than earlier versions but they are still jerky.

    Does anybody know how to make a good version?

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  2. thread starter macrumors 6502

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    I edited the post above to show Handbrake screenshots.

    All I have done in the pictures is select the Apple TV3 setting.

    The only other interesting thing I noticed was that I can make an iPod version that plays perfectly on the iPod.

    Can anybody see anything wrong that I am missing?
     
  3. thread starter macrumors 6502

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    I just noticed that if I select the iPod setting on Handbrake its sets the Framerate to same as source, but if I select Apple TV3 it sets the Framerate to 30 when the source frame is stated as 25.

    Handbrake makes a version that plays properly on the iPod; not jerky.

    I have never had an issue with Framerates. Is this something to look at?

    https://trac.handbrake.fr/wiki/FramerateGuide
     
  4. macrumors 68020

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    The framerate of 30 you see is a maximum framerate to match the aTV maximum allowable frame rate spec. It is still variable framerate, same as source.
     
  5. thread starter macrumors 6502

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    Thanks, must be something else then.
     
  6. macrumors 6502a

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    The framerate of 25 suggests that the DVDs were in European (PAL) format. Were they also interlaced? What filter settings did you use? Decomb?

    I recall that I have had poor results going the other direction - playing a rip of an interlaced NTSC video (30 fps) on a PAL CRT television. I can't remember at this point if I found a way to get acceptable results.
     

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