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Posts: 2
Registered: 05.06.2008
05.06.08 11:23:23
I converted .wmv files to .mov for use on my MAC using AVS Converter program.

ALL of the video is very choppy, it looks like it was shot at 2 fps.

All the audio is fine.

These were very long files, could that have anything to do with it?
Dam
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Posts: 569
Registered: 16.05.2008
06.06.08 03:41:22
To: Smithers66


Hello,

We are always ready to help you, but for that we need more information.

Please send us input and output file parameters.

For that, please:
1. Launch AVS Video Converter
2. Choose an input file and the preset for the conversion
3. Click the << Advanced button in the main window
4. Make a screenshot and send it to us

Best Regards
Posts: 2
Registered: 05.06.2008
08.06.08 10:45:33
To: Dam


I have the screen shot in reference to my post about choppy video
Attached files:
Dam
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Posts: 569
Registered: 16.05.2008
09.06.08 06:40:03
To: Smithers66


Hello,

We tried to reproduce the procedure and did not received any error, no distortion. The conversion was succesfull.

Please, try visualise the video file in AVS Video Converter.

For that, please:
1. Launch AVS Video Converter and choose your video file
2. Press EDIT
3. Press PLAY button to visualise the video and inform us about the result.

We will be much appreciate if you attach a small piece of the file.

Hope to hear from you soon.
Posts: 2
Registered: 19.03.2009
09.06.08 06:41:03
Hi all,
I am using video converter 6
I am trying to convert MP4 files to any other file version but when I do the conversion, both sound and picture are choppy.
Video is set to a bit rate of 8000
Audio sampling to 44000 Hz
Bit rate to 384

Help!
I need to edit these files and get them loaded to the web....
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Posts: 1786
Registered: 22.01.2009
19.03.09 23:20:08
To: leeds6lad

Could you also attach a screenshot showing your input and output file settings (see the above post by Dam).

Regards
Posts: 2
Registered: 19.03.2009
20.03.09 15:58:03
To: Smithers66


The preview video plays just fine - exactly what I want it to do, but the final outcome when I click convert results in a choppy file.

My videos are in MP4 format and I want to convert them to AVI. I have had success with converting to WMV files but they take an awfully long time and are huge in terms of size. A 20MB MP4 file becomes a 500MB WMV file. Is that meant to happen? And why does it take long - I mean, 5 hours to covert a 20MB MP4 file seems a bit crazy to me...

Please help
thanks for your help so far

Ram
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Posts: 1786
Registered: 22.01.2009
23.03.09 05:22:08
leeds6lad:
A 20MB MP4 file becomes a 500MB WMV file. Is that meant to happen? And why does it take long - I mean, 5 hours to covert a 20MB MP4 file seems a bit crazy to me...
You must have selected the HD profile during conversion. When you convert to HD, it can really take quite a long time to convert.

Are you using the latest version of AVS Video Converter (v.6.2.5.333)?
Please update AVS files following Start > Programs > AVS4YOU > AVS Update Manager.

Could you still send us all the input and output file parameters:
1. Launch AVS Video Converter;
2. Choose an input file and the preset for the conversion;
3. Click the Advanced > File Information;
4. Make a screenshot and attach it here.

Thank you in advance
Posts: 1
Registered: 25.03.2009
25.03.09 16:50:16
Hi,

I converted files to wmv. and they all came out a bit fuzzy. What profile should I set the converter to in order get a clear video picture---like the orginal??
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Posts: 1786
Registered: 22.01.2009
27.03.09 01:34:18
To: senders

We`d recommend not to set a lesser video and audio codecs bitrate for an output file as compared with an input one. In case your output file bitrate is significantly reduced in comparison with the input file bitrate, the resulting video quality will be lower.

Please could you attach a screenshot showing all the input and output file parameters. For that open the source file in AVS Video Converter, choose the output format and profile, then click on Advanced > File Information, make a screenshot of this window and attach it here.

We will do our best to give you some advice on the profile we`d recommend to use.
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Posts: 1786
Registered: 22.01.2009
27.03.09 01:36:41
To: Zarky

Your post has been moved. Please follow the link.
LL
Posts: 16
Registered: 07.08.2009
07.08.09 11:05:04
To: Smithers66


I have a similar problem using 6.3 on Vista Ultimate 64-bit.
Except that most of my converted video is good with occassional missing frames. Original files are VOB and the missing frames show up in all the converted video files. I've tried every file type (VOB to MPEG, VOB to WMP, etc.,).
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Posts: 1786
Registered: 22.01.2009
10.08.09 03:48:13
To: lavelle@mbi.ucla.edu

Please check up the reply to your posts in the following thread.
Posts: 14
Registered: 01.08.2008
13.10.09 10:31:11
I've not really seen an answer here that fits the problem I'm having. Even the links to other threads aren't related to choppy video..

I have MP4 files coming straight from my videocamera. I'm converting them to DVD NTSC Mpeg, because trying to use them straight from DVD Authoring doesn't give me any chance to edit if the files are to long, and there's no sound.

When I convert them to MPEG using the settings shown in the attached screenshot, most of the files come out fine, but occasionally I get one that becomes choppy, and stays that way until the end of that video.

My system is,
- Core 2 Duo 3.16GHz
- 4 GB RAM
- EVGA NVidia 9800GT
- XP SP3

The second file is a text version of the output from the K-Lite Codec Pack tool MediaInfo. Notice the difference between what Video Converter says the audio bitrate is, vs. what MediaInfo says.

Video Converter is a great program, but it doesn't seem to be converting files consistently. Sadly the football coaches and parents are getting irritated at me because the DVDs of their kids aren't turning out. I'm going to have to switch to something else for now, and come back to check on AVS later.
Attached files:
Posts: 14
Registered: 01.08.2008
13.10.09 10:33:43
It dropped the screenshot from the attachments, so here it is.

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Posts: 1786
Registered: 22.01.2009
14.10.09 07:04:13
To: KSum

Could you please send us one of these problem files (the source one that gets choppy after conversion). We'll do our best to correct this problem as soon as we can. I'll send you FTP uploading instruction on the support page.

Best regards
Posts: 14
Registered: 01.08.2008
14.10.09 09:09:34
To: nadin


The file is being uploaded. It should be finished about 1 PM Pacific Time.

If you need the original file as well, please let me know.

I narrowed the problem down to 16 minutes and 44 seconds into the video. So maybe there's something that happened in the original file that would cause this. I really don't know. It's not my field of expertise. :)

If there's any other information you need for this, please let me know.
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Posts: 1786
Registered: 22.01.2009
19.10.09 00:16:09
To: KSum

We have received your file. Please could you still send us the original video file as well, so that we could do the appropriate testing.
Thank you in advance
Posts: 1
Registered: 28.10.2009
19.10.09 00:17:09
The videos played in video editor 4 jump and skip. I tried to unistall / reinstall and that did not work. I have a s0ny handycam that records in mpeg 4 format. This happens with all of my videos. This does not happen when I avoid using the program. If I put them through any of the avs4u programs I get the skipping. This is making it impossible for me to create a quality dvd. Please help
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Posts: 1786
Registered: 22.01.2009
29.10.09 04:52:47
To: vwcoach

Please could you specify the exact model of your camera. Also provide information on your file: open one of the files in AVS Video Converter and click Advanced > File Information - attach a screenshot of this window.

Thank you
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