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Last edited by manono; 13th Oct 2010 at 01:14.
Very appreciate that you been helping me.
I just read the about the Field Operation. anything above 95% will be use on Forced Film.
This is my code:
LoadPlugin("C:\Documents and Settings\avguys\Desktop\DGmpegDec\DGDecode.dll") LoadPlugin("C:\Program Files\AviSynth 2.5\plugins\VSFilter.dll") video=MPEG2Source("G:\Replacements_SideA\Replacement_16x9_NTSC_V2.d2v") audio=WAVSource("G:\Replacements_SideA\Replacement_16x9_NTSC_V2 T81 3_2ch 384Kbps DELAY -25ms.ac3") VobSub("G:\Replacements_SideA\VTS_01_0.idx")#VobSubs extracted from the DVD ConvertToYUY2()#for CCE
WaveSource won't accept AC3. Get the NicAudio filter.
I did 2 test run on avs script earlier on.
1. avs to CCE
2. avs to Virtual Dub Mod and save as to .avi.
At this stage, the aspect ratio outcome is totally different.
picture 1 (which is the correct aspect ratio that I tally with the DVD, using with CCE)
picture 2 (which is the wrong aspect ratio, save as to avi in virtual dub mod)
Is there any setting I need to do on virtual dub mod in order to get the correct aspect ratio?
I for one, agree that pic 2 is better quality but in wrong aspect ratio.
Your CCE encode has the 16:9 flag set. You need to do the same with whatever codec you used in VirtualDub (Xvid, for example, supports aspect ratios). Be aware that not all players will respond to aspect ratio flags in AVI files. It's safer to resize the frame to the correct aspect ratio then use square pixel encoding. For example, resize the frame to 720x404 (about a 16:9 ratio). I would also crop away the black borders.
I would do that before VobSub().
If you resize first it is easy: DVD only comes in two flavors: 16:9 and 4:3. Resize to one of those frame size ratios (740x404, 720x540, 640x480, etc.). Then crop away the borders. Leave at least a mod 4 frame size. Mod8 is better. Mod 16 best.
Will give it a try once Im in office.
By the way, I am unsure about the mod4. 8 and 16 frame size you mean. Sorry about that but I would like to know if there's any read up on this.
mod X means integer multiple of X:
mod 16: 16, 32, 48, 64...
pardon me, jagabo.
Terribly sorry about it. The mod you are referring fall on cropping or? I am really lost on this.
MPEG family codecs work with 16x16 blocks of pixels, and within that 8x8 blocks. So they work best with mod 16 or mod 8 frame sizes. Some will accept mod 4 but aren't as efficient at that size.
ah! that explain... thanks a lot jagabo!
I keep an update on it tomorrow. hoping it works flawlessly.
Is there something wrong with my script?
I cannot seem to open it using virtual dub as it stated there's error on my script.
Initially, it gave me error on vobsub, hence i delete the Vobsub line and retry for testing. Then it gave me ConvertToYUY2 error after i drop in.
LoadPlugin("C:\Documents and Settings\avguys\Desktop\DGmpegDec\DGDecode.dll") LoadPlugin("C:\Program Files\AviSynth 2.5\plugins\VSFilter.dll") video=MPEG2Source("D:\2Fast2Furious\2Fast2Furious_16x9_PAL.d2v") audio=WAVSource("D:\2Fast2Furious\2Fast2Furious_16x9_PAL T80 3_2ch 384Kbps DELOLD 0ms_5.1Downmix_44.1kHz.wav" VobSub("D:\2Fast2Furious\VTS_01_0.idx")#VobSubs extracted from the DVD) ConvertToYUY2()#for CCE
When you don't explicitly name a stream in AviSynth the name "last" is used. For example:
last = Mpeg2Source("filename.d2v")
last = ConvertToYUY2(last)
You also aren't doing anything with "audio". You need to connect it to "video" with AudioDub(video, audio).
Oh. that could be the reason why I am unable to get it right.
Shall keep on trying that.
Hoping that I can solve the aspect ratio as well.
Once again, appreciated.