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  1. Simply enable 'Crop/Resize->Main->Pixel Aspect Ratio (PAR)->Output->Convert to PAR' and select 'Square Pixel' and Hybrid will adjust the height accordingly. (if you want Hybrid to adjust the width instead of the height, simply switch 'Crop/Resize->Main->Picture Resize->Auto adjust' to 'width'.

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    OK.. but I want to know the rules manually.. how?
    For example, according to my search from google it says I must change the Input par 10x11 and Output par 1x1 if wanted to resize to aspect ratio 2.35:1, and change the height to 544.
    So, is it the same result as you just suggested..?
    Last edited by Leo99; 16th Sep 2017 at 14:18.
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  3. The rules are the same as always,.. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pixel_aspect_ratio + simple arithmetic (rule of three
    Your video is has a width of X a height of Y, a PAR of A:B so:
    a. if you tell Hybrid to adjust to a PAR of 1:1 and adjust the height it will calculate: new height = Y*B/A
    b. if you tell Hybrid to adjust to a PAR of 1:1 and adjust the width it will calculate: new width = X*A/B
    to archive a specific DAR afterward and not distort the image you would need to add borders to get a resolution with fulfills your DAR target.

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    Ps.: No clue what you found through google, but that does not sound like what you aim for.
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    Thanks so much, bro.. That's a very clear explanation
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  5. Small question to the Windows users: "Is anyone still using a 32bit Windows installation with Hybrid?"
    (Background: Qt isn't providing 32bit Windows builds out of the box through their update routines for MSVC 2017, so I'm thinking about dropping 32bit Windows support.)

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    I still use 64-bit Win7.. it's very convenient!
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  7. As long as it's not 32bit that's fine.
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    Hi !
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    I've an hdv scource (m2t file). Hybrid work great but I want to deblock my video, I found better result with dgdecode argument with my old avisynth setup (before deinterlacing with QTGMC) than the beblocks functions I founded in hybrid (after QTGMC). or maybe I don't know to use it...

    Do you know if I can add argument to the deblock dgdecode function in the avisynth script of hybrid ?

    look like:"MPEG2Source("project.d2v", cpu=4, iPP=true, moderate_v=20)

    Here a sample of my video :

    https://www.dropbox.com/s/35ar5mjwwey5m0l/hdv-2008_07_20-14_44_40.m2t?dl=0


    Thanks for your answers !!
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  9. You can't. Hybrid doesn't support those arguments atm. since nobody ever asked for them and I never use them. (since I prefer motion adaptive filtering)
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