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    Also provide the matching clip direct from the VOB.
    Use DGindex to mark the section ([ and ]), save project and demux video.
    Upload the m2v
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  2. You can use an antialiasing filter like Santiag(), AAA(), in AviSynth. But yes, seeing a sample of the actual source would help.
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    Originally Posted by davexnet View Post
    Also provide the matching clip direct from the VOB.
    Use DGindex to mark the section ([ and ]), save project and demux video.
    Upload the m2v
    Ah didn't realise you could trim it before demuxing.
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  4. Is this too blurry for you?
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    Originally Posted by jagabo View Post
    Is this too blurry for you?
    Yeah a bit, i guess there's no way of getting rid of the aliasing without reducing the detail. Spline seems to be the best compromise and also sharpens things up a bit giving a crisper picture. I think on this occasion the aliasing is being caused by the lack of resolution and maybe compression to a degree.

    Also is there a standalone border=true script or equivalent like QTGMC has, in order to fix the border and straighten the two half fields on the top and bottom?

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  6. I used both Blur(0.5, 0.0) and dehalo_alpha(rx=2.0, ry=1.0). You don't need to blur or dehalo if you don't want. Here's one with just Santiag() to smooth the aliased edges.
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    Thanks for the filters.

    Now i have another issue.. When i remux the ac3 to the encoded mkv file, there's no sound.
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  8. Do you get sound if you play the AC3 file? Use MediaInfo to verify the AC3 audio was really muxed into the new file.
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    *Facepalm* My speakers were on.. but for some reason my sound in Windows was muted. I'd have picked up on it sooner had i played something else.

    Though in trying to get it "working" i discovered in MKVToolNix that if you click on the muxed audio file, i could remove the -49ms delay caused by demuxing the video and audio in DGindex, by deleting the entry in the 'Delay in (ms):' box. So pleased about that!
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