I want to rip a 1980's TV series from a 576p DVD boxset. It was shot on film with quite a bit of grain. Episodes run around 50m and are split into two .VOB files with a total up to 2GB per episode. There are about four episodes per 7,2GB DVD. I want to focus on a nice quality which keeps much of the grain and relatively small file sizes between 400 and 500MB. I have a 16GB Intel Core i5-8400 2,80GHz 64 bit Windows 10 with a 6GB 1660 TI. I'd like to keep encoding to at most 3 hours per episode.
Is there (a guide with) a recommended setup of software, codec and settings for this particular type of content?
Code:General Complete name : E:\VIDEO_TS\VTS_02_1.VOB Format : MPEG-PS File size : 1 024 MiB Duration : 26 min 41 s Overall bit rate mode : Variable Overall bit rate : 5 364 kb/s Video ID : 224 (0xE0) Format : MPEG Video Format version : Version 2 Format profile : Main@Main Format settings : CustomMatrix Format settings, BVOP : No Format settings, Matrix : Custom Format settings, GOP : N=6 Format settings, picture structure : Frame Duration : 26 min 41 s Bit rate mode : Variable Bit rate : 5 065 kb/s Maximum bit rate : 7 500 kb/s Width : 720 pixels Height : 576 pixels Display aspect ratio : 4:3 Frame rate : 25.000 FPS Standard : PAL Color space : YUV Chroma subsampling : 4:2:0 Bit depth : 8 bits Scan type : Interlaced Scan order : Bottom Field First Compression mode : Lossy Bits/(Pixel*Frame) : 0.489 Time code of first frame : 01:00:00:00 Time code source : Group of pictures header GOP, Open/Closed : Closed Stream size : 967 MiB (94%) Color primaries : BT.601 PAL Transfer characteristics : BT.470 System B/G Matrix coefficients : BT.601 Audio ID : 189 (0xBD)-128 (0x80) Format : AC-3 Format/Info : Audio Coding 3 Commercial name : Dolby Digital Muxing mode : DVD-Video Duration : 26 min 40 s Bit rate mode : Constant Bit rate : 192 kb/s Channel(s) : 2 channels Channel layout : L R Sampling rate : 48.0 kHz Frame rate : 31.250 FPS (1536 SPF) Compression mode : Lossy Stream size : 36.6 MiB (4%) Service kind : Complete Main Text ID : 189 (0xBD)-32 (0x20) Format : RLE Format/Info : Run-length encoding Muxing mode : DVD-Video Duration : 26 min 38 s Delay relative to video : 960 ms
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Last edited by Half_light Agent; 22nd Aug 2021 at 14:51.
If it's recorded on film that that means it's sped up. Slow it down. Some programs can do that