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I currently use Datavyu 1.3.4 (Windows 10). The videos used are originally .mpg files. They were converted into .mp4 files using Datavyu's built-in converter. I use the QuickTime plugin.

However, the .mp4 videos play much better in QuickTime than in Datavyu. The diminished quality is especially noticeable because I resize the videos to fit the entire screen while coding. The videos move choppily and have interlacing. In addition, they take some time to completely load because I enlarged them. Thus, there is a disconnect between the playback timer and the actual video.

To what extent will choppy playback, interlacing that conversion caused, and a disconnect between the timer and the video negatively affect my coding?

asked 03 Feb '16, 15:33

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edited 03 Feb '16, 15:40


Can you please provide some information about your videos after the conversion, specifically the resolution and bitrate of them?

Thank you, Vicky

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answered 04 Feb '16, 17:08

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