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Old 7th December 2003
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What I was trying to do was show that a "RANDOM" shift/p (done on the fly without any consideration as to what was being captured) doesn't ensure quality, as it was "originally" a jpg from bscap. It was taken through PhotoShop because there are limitations on the site tender for attachments. That jpg capture, to show that AVI has a "cycle" that is not NTSC, and possibly establishing that anyone using capture mode may have to use "pause then play" to find a "CLEAR" scan to capture. Or, that's what I think can solve the problem, unless a future build has the ability to use the 4channel pipe of the later CPU's to anticipate a "CLEAR VIEW" for other than mpeg, since my little exposure has shown that this format (even at 352x240) can create a much clearer viewing component.
Would someone comment on the realitive merits of mpeg versus avi, against this comment stream?
Learning what the shorthand languague means, what components are really necessary, and where the beginner starts vis-a-vis compressor/editor are located in this extremely complicated arena.
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