After failing at my first attempt to encode a Blu-ray disk to H.264, I thought I'd seek some help.
I followed this guide: https://forum.videohelp.com/topic333634.html
My encoded movie never plays higher than ~19 fps. This is, of course, making playback really annoying to watch.
I've tried using both media player classic and VLC, I have the latest ffdshow, my cpu is sitting at like 10% while playing, so that's not the problem.
Here is my AVS file:
# Set DAR in encoder to 12303 : 5000. The following line is for automatic signalling
global MeGUI_darx = 12303
global MeGUI_dary = 5000
crop( 0, 140, 0, -140)
Lanczos4Resize(1280,528) # Lanczos4 (Sharp)
Undot() # Minimal Noise
Anyone know what might be causing this?[/img]
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I'd try it without Tdecimate.
Originally Posted by Soopafresh
Important note to anyone who is reading this* - It can be helpfull to see what the final outcome will look like by simply playing the .avs file in a media player. If I would have done this, I would have noticed right away that there was a framerate problem, and I wouldn't of had to wait 16 hours for the thing to encode.
The reason I had Tdecimate in there was, i let the "analyze" function in the AVS script creater figure out what I needed. Result was M-in-5 decimation required. ... So apparently the analyze function isn't perfect.
Is there another method/program I can use to figure out what I really need? I've used DGindex in the past, but it looks like that doesn't like .m2ts files..