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  01-12-2017, 06:15 PM
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Ive converted many PAL videos files in the past and present.
Its recently with certain mkv files . I noticed after converting on certain areas there's a jitter/stutter during play back even in region free player.

Suggestions?
Different methods?
Is there a fix for this . I remember back when there was an avi freeze fix ..yeah looooong ago
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  01-12-2017, 07:08 PM
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what was the source fps and the mkv fps
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  01-12-2017, 07:20 PM
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It was 30 I do believe... I honestly do not remember.
I can look and repost I have it saved
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  01-12-2017, 07:26 PM
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pal is 25 fps
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  01-12-2017, 07:35 PM
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I know , but this was one uploaded blu ray Mkv file. I did not convert it lol lol

After I converted it to proper 25 it had jitter play back issues...Why I m quickly loosing patience with this .

So I grab this - converted it played fine until the last 20 minutes of the movie? Maybe just a bad conversion of the uploadee? lol lol lol

Ok here is the info on the file.
It does not say

Channel:
Codec: x264 crf 19 High@L4.1
Duration: 36mn 28s
Size: 1 017 MiB
Packaged: 22x50 MB
Video: 3630 Kbps
Audio: 192 Kbps AC-3 2 channels
As. Ratio: 16:9
Res.: 1280x720

File number two
Duration.......: 1hr 55mins
Video..........: X264 1876 Kbps
Resolution.....: 720x406
Audio..........: English 48.0khz 2ch
Subs...........: English
Size...........: 1.52gb
Files..........: 33x50mib
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I think most conversions issues are:

1. Bad source
2. Bad software
3. Bad settings in software (user error)

Sometimes all of the above!

I don't know you wasting time converting PAL to NTSC in the 2010s. I had PAL-capable DVD players 15 years ago, and my WDTV and Samsung BD players play PAL without any issue.
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  01-18-2017, 09:17 AM
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I know my LG Blu ray suppose to play it w no issues.Not the case.I got mad orderd the Mrs Browns Boys retail box set.It was a live Show from december I even return the player twice lol Its just that same spot every time.It was driving me crazy, thats the ocd lol figured just bad conversion from the dvd.
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