I have Dragon Ball DVD Pal, I would like to encode my DVD
For this, I ask an encoder for encode an extract but I can not to reproduce the same quality
This is extract and the originals video : http://depositfiles.com/rmv/8936352114280811
I use Megui to encode my dvd and I have started my script but is not perfect.
Thank you in advance for your responseedeintted = last.AssumeTFF().SeparateFields().SelectEven().EED I2(field=-1)
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Last edited by djp093; 1st Jan 2013 at 14:02.
No such downlodable file or incorrect removal code.
Why are you using SRestore? Have you determined that it's field-blended? And you usually bob the video before using it but you didn't do that.
Why are you upsizing if it's from a DVD source?
Last edited by manono; 30th Dec 2012 at 16:01.
Sorry, there was a problem with the link. It's a new link : http://depositfiles.com/files/m6tsf2u1i
Yes I have determined that vidéo is field-blended, I use Srestore to return the original Fps for anime (23,976)
But before I used the function crop witch dgindex, then resize in 960x720 for HD quality with Megui
Last edited by djp093; 31st Dec 2012 at 04:50.
Upsampling an SD DVD compatible video to HD resolution does not give "HD quality". Real HD video has a lot more informaton than SD, and you can't put that in by resampling. It isn't there.
Any reencoding makes the quality worse.
I love having to wait a minute and then typing in stuff just to get a file. And a file that downloads slowly. And a file that's RAR'd up and with a useless MKV along with the VOB. And a VOB with so little movement as to be nearly useless for the purpose it's needed.
Anyway, as I mentioned earlier you need to bob the video before using SRestore and you didn't. You used a single-rate deinterlacer and many of the blends remain, along with very uneven movement. Try:
Yadif(Mode=1)#or the better QTGMC
Last edited by djp093; 2nd Jan 2013 at 15:29.
Yes, you spotted the main flaw when using Yadif - the aliasing you often get on diagonal and/or curved lines. If QTGMC is too slow, you can speed it up some by using a faster preset. 'Slower' is the default, but there are many other presets:
"Placebo", "Very Slow", "Slower", "Slow", "Medium", "Fast", "Faster", "Very Fast", "Super Fast", "Ultra Fast", "Draft"
Thank you manono, I took the time to read, finally here is my last setting for QTGMC
QTGMC(Preset="Medium",TR2=3,SourceMatch=3), have you think it is good ?
Now, to clean the video I use dfttestMC() but the video is not clean. What is the problem ?
Moreover, I not reproduce a color, I tried with Tweak and Level but I can not do.
There is a filter that can do this automatically ?
You can use DFTTest from within QTGMC . I clean a lot of VHS tape captures and VCDs and often use something like this:
QTGMC(Preset="Medium",NoiseProcess=1,NoiseRestore= 0,Denoiser="DFTTest",DenoiseMC=True,NoiseTR=2,Sigm a=12 )
These temporal cleaners work over several frames by removing the junk that lasts only a single frame. If you have crap that extends over 2 or more frames, then it may not get removed, or removed entirely. I don't know if that's the case with your photos or not. In such cases you may have to go over the video frame-by-frame and add in a frame interpolator to create new frames for you by using the good frames on either side of the frames you want to replace.
As long as you understand that TR2=3 results in some pretty strong smoothing, then your settings look good. I don't understand what you mean by not reproduce a color. Are you saying the colors change a little bit after using QTGMC?
If your trying to get colors in one clip to match those of another you can try using ColourLike().