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    So, i have had many many issue with meGUI but slowly am figuring them out.. at first the muxing would crash... figured that out (was compatibility issue)... then sound was out of sync... dunno what exactly causes it but it happens unles i rip the DVD to hard drive with DVDfab first...

    so.. everything is good.. now NEW ISSUE =(

    I keep setting the DAR to 4:3 .. by the way.. why is it 1.367 in parenthesis? 4/3 is 1.333333 ?

    anyhow... i set it to 4:3 but it ends up being wide screen... and visually it doesnt look like its 16:9 or anything... it just looks a tad wider than it should be.... and Gspot reports its:



    Help please =/ I dont know how to fix it... im not even sure why it happens... this is my AVS script created by meGui


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    DGDecode_mpeg2source("C:\************\d2v.d2v", info=3)
    ColorMatrix(hints=true, interlaced=true, threads=0)
    TomsMoComp(1,5,1)
    #crop
    #resize
    #denoise
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    Ok... so i think i know why its all weird... still dont know how to fix it though... i think its setting it to 1.5 AR (as Gspot says) because 720/480 which is the resolution of any NTSC DVD is 1.5.... so I am trying to have it resize to: 656x480 which is 1.366666667... will see how it turns out...

    does this sound totally weird? Or is this normal? And again its 1.367 instead of 1.333333 =/ weird
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    yeah so teh 656x480 fixed it.. can anyone explain why?
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  4. If using xvid, not all players will accept the aspect ratio flags

    You can try mpeg4modifier to write the flags

    It's setting to 1.5AR because they are square pixels (i.e. 720/480 = 1.5)

    By switching the flag, it "stetches" the display on playback, much like the original DVD

    Another option is to resize using square pixels. eg. 640x480 , which will give you perfect 4/3 AR, and mod16 compliant. Your 656x480 is not.
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