Originally Posted by benwaggoner
Cineform is a wavelet codec, so it has to recompress when making .m2t.
I'm talking about after it's it has done the re-encode. It calls it Cineform .m2t, and I'm not sure if that's different than the standard .m2t files straight from the camcorder.
Update on the Best Buy trip this afternoon.
My HDV project looked and sounded great, but it did the same thing with the video that it did yesterday - it thought the start of the video was a few minutes in and refused to play any of the start of the file, even though the menu and chapter stops for the start were there. Next step is to just output the file, without a menu at all.
None of the other files I created played without audio or video stuttering. All of these files were originally null stripped in HDTVtoMPEG2. Right now, I'm trying a file that hasn't gone through H2M first.
I found the setup menu with help from a BB guy. I didn't know there was a flip down section on the remote. That's where it is. I couldn't see anything wrong in the setup, but I'm not at all sure if the audio/video problems aren't a fault of the particular Toshiba player and/or the way it's hooked up to their receiver. Right now, I don't have another player to try out.