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Old 05-22-2007, 08:21 AM   #1051
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First, sorry for the late reply. I wanted to do some research on this before I responded and figure out how to do some things.

I only have Video Studio 1.0 on CD, so I had to go and download 11.0 to see what your options are. To my surprise, both the PAL and NTSC versions of the video looks great in Video Studio when I insert it as a video into the time line and watch it. No interlace lines and only some expected motion artifacts. Take a look at these two images:
RMD, thanks for taking the trouble to research this. Now I know why you do such a good knowledge base website! You DO look into the details man, well done and keep it up.

Yes, as for VS 11, this is what I mean, looks great from where I am on my PC.

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Image #1: http://www.nitrokb.com/images/video_image01.jpg

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Image 2 is what I see when I use WMP, VLC or Real Player. It's not as pronounced as the freeze frame, but I do see the lines. I do not see the lines using in Video Studio or WinDVD.

I think the bottom line is, if you view the video with DVD software, you will not see the lines or notice extraneous artifacts. I probably notice the extraneous artifacts more than others because I'm looking for them.

IMO, the output settings are correct. You don't have to change anything you are doing.
Thanks, that's good news that I don't need to change much if anything. What I will do in future is do what you did ... try the different player software and then remind people to use the one that gives the best viewing quality.
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Old 05-22-2007, 08:23 AM   #1052
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Did I mess up and subscribe to the computer geek thread???
Errr ... no, we're discussing why the MTX-DVD player keeps stripping one of its gears on the receptacle drum and the RRR-DVD player is so good it takes in an audio CD and display movies on an LCD screen. The 720-DVD player just goes blur because it so fast (ahem ), the G4S+-DVD player just flattens your DVD disc in trying to lower its CG and the you already heard about the HPI-DVD player in a previous post. Apparently a GPX-DVD player is not worth buying and the LD/CD-DVD player just confuses everyone as to which disc to stick in its slot!

No my friend, you are in the RIGHT thread!
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Old 05-22-2007, 08:26 AM   #1053
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Hello France,

I've post on X ray forum some of my very little problems.

http://forum.teamxray.com/viewtopic.php?t=5365

I hope they will answer.
Good luck ....
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Errr ... no, we're discussing why the MTX-DVD player keeps stripping one of its gears on the receptacle drum and the RRR-DVD player is so good it takes in an audio CD and display movies on an LCD screen. The 720-DVD player just goes blur because it so fast (ahem ), the G4S+-DVD player just flattens your DVD disc in trying to lower its CG and the you already heard about the HPI-DVD player in a previous post. Apparently a GPX-DVD player is not worth buying and the LD/CD-DVD player just confuses everyone as to which disc to stick in its slot!

No my friend, you are in the RIGHT thread!
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Does anyone know if the aluminum hex of a G4S/720 can work on an NT1??
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The TM hex adapters are ~1.2mm thicker than the X-ray ones and would change the offset. I am not sure about the serpent ones but tamiya makes hexes in different thicknesses so one of them may work out ok. Although a bit expensive (13.50 pr) the x-ray ones look very solid and would the safe bet.

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Old 05-22-2007, 01:09 PM   #1057
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Does anyone know if the aluminum hex of a G4S/720 can work on an NT1??
I looked at the 720 as well as the MTX4 ones and they are of different thicknesses if you want the NT1 for zero offset. They fit but you need to be aware of the offsets, that's all.
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how come no one is posting there setups on the xray web site
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Their web masters are having programming problems. It does not work yet.
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ok cool thanks
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I just purchased a NT1 and am anxiously awaiting its arrival. Any suggestions on online shops to buy cva's, hard bumper, and aluminum wheel hubs?

Oh, I also have a question concerning the battery pack. Does the kit include one (considering none of the above is included I highly doubt it), and what is the difference between the "stock" pack and "option" pack that allows the lowering of the tank.

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I just purchased a NT1 and am anxiously awaiting its arrival. Any suggestions on online shops to buy cva's, hard bumper, and aluminum wheel hubs?

Oh, I also have a question concerning the battery pack. Does the kit include one (considering none of the above is included I highly doubt it), and what is the difference between the "stock" pack and "option" pack that allows the lowering of the tank.

thanks,

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The CVDs and hard bumpers don't seem to be in stock in any of the online stores. Stormer Hobbies has the wheel hubs.

As far as lowering the fuel tank, I understand the Team guys have not been running that option as of the last time I inquired. So I think you can do pretty good without it to start with.

No turning back now. I think you're really going to like the NT1.
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how come no one is posting there setups on the xray web site
xray will not take anyone one input ,because they think their car is holy.
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xray will not take anyone one input ,because they think their car is holy.
They are just having some software coding issues.
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The CVDs and hard bumpers don't seem to be in stock in any of the online stores. Stormer Hobbies has the wheel hubs.

As far as lowering the fuel tank, I understand the Team guys have not been running that option as of the last time I inquired. So I think you can do pretty good without it to start with.

No turning back now. I think you're really going to like the NT1.
Thanks rmd. I have a nicely equipped G4S that I've been racing. I'm excited to compare the two.

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