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  1. Hi,

    so to merge two videos, I need to resize one of them from 720x576 to 704x576.

    I tried to use Avidemux with it, but it always makes the video 25 fps progressive. I want to keep it interlaced tho.

    Is that possible in avidemux? Or should I rather use avisynth?

    Cheers
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  2. Separate fields, resize only in horizontal direction, combine fields - probably fastest way to do such thing... Avidemux is to me way too unstable so can't help why it doesn't work correctly for you.
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    I might be missing something, but shouldn't you be able to resize horizontally safely? I guess it depends on the resizer if it's even possible.
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  4. Originally Posted by pandy View Post
    Separate fields, resize only in horizontal direction, combine fields - probably fastest way to do such thing... Avidemux is to me way too unstable so can't help why it doesn't work correctly for you.

    How would I do what you suggested? I've never had to do it before, so I don't have any idea right now
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    Originally Posted by xMike View Post
    Originally Posted by pandy View Post
    Separate fields, resize only in horizontal direction, combine fields - probably fastest way to do such thing... Avidemux is to me way too unstable so can't help why it doesn't work correctly for you.

    How would I do what you suggested? I've never had to do it before, so I don't have any idea right now
    Something like:

    Code:
    separatefields()
    spline36resize(704,height)
    weave()
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  6. You don't need to separate fields to perform a horizontal resize

    In avidemux you can apply the resize filter and encode interlaced and it will work

    For example , if you were using x264, under the frame tab, select interlaced, and proper the field order
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