I want to make a PAL dvd from a 1080p BluRay (mkv). How do I make a NTSC to PAL that works on a DVD player? I want to do it the right way so that the picture wont flicker or freezes. I have an Avisynth script that works but I need help with the settings and AssumeFPS.
The movie is 100 min 1080p, what settings are recommended in CCE and AssumeFPS for this movie? What settings on QC? I usually have 21-24 QC on 100 min movies.Code:ConvertToYUY2() FadeIn(50) Lanczos4Resize(720,428,0.0,0.6) AddBorders(0,74,0,74) AssumeFPS(25,1,False)
But the main question is how to make a NTSC to PAL that works perfectly?
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Last edited by walruss; 13th Feb 2013 at 02:32.
If it's from a Blu-Ray (1920x1080), then you can do a straight resize to 720x480 and then encode as 16:9. Maybe you downloaded an already cropped one?
The ConvertToYUY2 line is usually the last line in the script.
Because you're going from Hi-Def to Std-Def, you should change the cromaticity from Rec.709 to Rec.601.
Using the ColorMatrix filter:
ColorMatrix(mode="Rec.709->Rec.601",Clamp=False) #Different versions handle clamp differently. Read your manual.
As for the FadeIn, from the Fade page on AviSynth:
An additional perfectly black (or the specified color) frame is added at the end, thus increasing the total frame count by one.
I usually do it like this:
And you have to speed up the audio too, you know? What's the resolution of your 'source' video? There are guides for the use of CCE around already.
Last edited by walruss; 10th Feb 2013 at 21:59.
Last edited by manono; 11th Feb 2013 at 12:28.
I suppose it's worth pointing out in case the OP doesn't know it that making an NTSC DVD would be much simpler and has a 95% or greater chance of working correctly for a person living in a PAL country.