How to create Mpeg1 files with TmpegEnc:
Some of this help file is taken from
Save your project as a DV avi [which might be useful anyway if you
archiving to DVD]
And then Open the File in TMpegEnc - Load the Mpeg1 Pal Setting. See
below for a visual interpretation.
Problems and solutions.
You get lines or fuzzyness in your final file...#
This is caused by the fact that your original file is Interlaced. So
we need to put on a de-interlace filter.
You can do that by clicking on Settings and then Advanced and ticking
the De-Interlace box then OK.
You get an error Message when Encoding from a DVavi
For some reason my set up wouldn't work encoding DVavi straight away
and I found this post on a forum which worked.
In TMPGEnc, go to Options -> Environmental
setting ... -> VFAPI plug-in
Right click on the DirectShow entry, and select Higher
Priority (you may have to do this a couple of times to get it to top
priority). Basically then it will use DirectShow to read AVI files,
so it can use the Microsoft DV codec.