If you miss too much off the top with crop(8,8,-8,-8), try Crop(8,0,-8,-8)
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Last edited by LMotlow; 16th Sep 2015 at 21:30.- My sister Ann's brother
[EDIT] Never mind.- My sister Ann's brother
Manono prefers to crop and resize too.
It was an accident. Not right on at 4:3 considering the exact anamorphic pixel ratio, but closer than cropping tons of material away and resizing wholesale.
Yes, DV is BFF. But I don't deinterlace DV, it never goes back together again the right way. There are other ways to filter without deinterlacing. If you go thru this resize business, you must deinterlace interlaced content first. I don't see any need to resize, I just use AddBorders to replace the removed border garbage and end up with a frame the same size as the original with no resize. AddBorders replaces lost pixels with pixels that are as black as your playback device. 4:3 always has side pillars on 16:9, and on 4:3 TV the overscan will mask it anyway. Resize the image and most TV overscan will hide the edges you resized for. On a PC If you can see those new black pixels against the playback background, your unadjusted monitor is too bright. Black against black is still black.
You can restore the original frame size and center the image vertically this way:
Crop(8,0,-8,-8).AddBorders(8,4,8,4)- My sister Ann's brother