General discussion about the DLink DSM 320/R/RD, the DSM 520, and the Zensonic Z400
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chazmati wrote:I did find one .avi file that didn't stutter, and according to GSpot that file didn't have any B-frames. I have since tested a few problem (stuttering) .avi files and found that re-encoding without B-frames worked every time, and the final output seemed even smoother than the packed bitstream option.
I used Avidemux to re-encode, using "MPEG-4 ASP (Xvid4)" and disabling B-frames by using the 'Configure' button -> Motion Tab -> Advanced Simple Profile -> Max B Frames = 0. No check marks under 'Quarter Pixel' or 'GMC' here either. Quantization matrix = H263 or Mpeg didn't seem to matter. This is Avidemux 2.4.4 I'm using, by the way.
It's been quite a while since I played with MPEG-2 repair so I may be hazy on old details, but in a world of IPB frames isn't a lack of B frames a size liability?...
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