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#489836
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Counter/logo removal on MPEG2 file
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Since the counter is on a black background, there is no point trying to do anything really besides what CA mentioned

Especially with the source, the Cyborg DC, idk what purpose this would server since the original quality is pretty bad, taken from multiple sources (at least 3) and the counter doesnt run throughout the film

Just paint out the counter in black with overlay to match the borders and turn it on in AVS when counter appears in the movie, which isnt all the time

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#488216
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dgindex>gordian knot>.avs file= wrong aspect ratio?
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I am still not understanding what you are doing

Are you just trying to add both kill bills together to make one seemless movie?

If you are doing from DVD to lag to cce, why are you do this? Are you editing the file in lag or timelines for a fan edit cut?

Im sorry if I didnt fully grasp what youre trying to do and if I didnt read it properly but Im alittle lost

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#487506
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dgindex>gordian knot>.avs file= wrong aspect ratio?
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ibleedspeed,

I see what youre trying to do now
Youre trying to get GK to write the script for you and then in turn encode with something else to DVD standards

Youre better off just writing the script yourself in AvsP

LoadPlugin("C:\PROGRA~2\GORDIA~1\DGMPGDec\DGDecode.dll")
mpeg2source("\Desktop\vob dgindex attempt\vob 1\VTS_02_1.d2v")

Done

or if you want to crop

LoadPlugin("C:\PROGRA~2\GORDIA~1\DGMPGDec\DGDecode.dll")
mpeg2source("\Desktop\vob dgindex attempt\vob 1\VTS_02_1.d2v")
Spline36Resize(720, 480, 2, 0, -2, 0)
(the crop #s here are just approx, youd have to see for yourself in AvsP)
this is also assuming youre using force film in DG

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#487256
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dgindex>gordian knot>.avs file= wrong aspect ratio?
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First, as Moth said, get rid of FieldDeinterlace

Second, since your picture isnt coming out right, ala looking squished or OFF

You need to adjust the values in the upper left and upper middle portion of the cropping/resize section of GK, these are for you to input the source material standard and select the DAR i believe

Also, in another tab of GK, if the DVD is anamorphic, I believe you have to UNTICK the box that says to encode to 601 standards, i forget what part of GK this is called, but just look for the check box

Adjusting these parts should help with your rip

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#455171
Topic
The Return of The Living Dead "Original" audio project.
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nocomments87 said:

I've also taken out the MGM logo from the beginning and end of the Collector's Edition DVD (the 2002 DVD has the same MGM logo, but the CE has better picture quality)\

No, the CE does not have a better picture. Its actually cropped real bad, the original release DVD has better picture, or get the BD

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#454986
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Let JediTray back in
Time

See Moth3r and Jay......what did I tell you?

PURE ENTERTAINMENT!

Why would you want this to end?

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#454679
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Let JediTray back in
Time

Please Moth3r and Jay

Let JediTray back in

You cant put a price on this type of entertainment

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#454596
Topic
Let JediTray back in
Time

I say let JediTray back in.....

because I think it will be pure entertainment, but it could be the bad kind as well

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#452940
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Delete
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doubleofive said:

If you've got a finished project, maybe Moth3r will have cooled down by then. But he seems quick to anger...

 

Seems quick to anger?
Complete opposite of that statement

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#451082
Topic
Question about inverse telecine and shimmering
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a SD cap from MonsterHD?

Well, MonstersHD isnt around anymore, at least I dont think, and if its an SD cap, it was probably made from a DVD recorder on the HD channel

If you still want to give my solution a shot and meets your needs let me know, otherwise......going to have to IVTC (if possible) the capture in AVS and re-encode the entire thing

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#447117
Topic
Indiana Jones Trilogy
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Of course.... only problem being 2 different codecs and different fps so the h264 bbc would have to be re-encoded and added into the japan stream.

Both of them look good but after watching both of them, i prefer the japan transfer, its "cleaner" and sharper, also the colors on ToD on the bbc one look pretty bad imo

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#443585
Topic
Star Wars OT & 1997 Special Edition Info.
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Chewtobacca said:

That's just total nonsense.  What on Earth is an anamorphically enhanced pillarboxed image?

edited -  do you mean the eight pixels of junk on either side of the "core" 704x480 image?  If so, then yes, that is what I want, and that is how all DVDs should be authored.

The TV needs to be set to 16:9 with DVD material, whether you are upscaling or not.  Moth3r explained what the player should upscale to above.

Look up what DVDs are Anamorphic but are pillerboxed, yes they do exist
Some older James Bond movies, Transformers The Movie PAL R2....while not quite common, its done

As to your "edited" point, that "junk" on some DVDs is actual picture information on some DVDs, and it is not overscanned if your setup is configured properly. And all stuidos and companies should "alter" the standards for such is pretty laughable....and yes that is pillerboxed, not an exaggerated example, but it could be categorized as such.

And no, the TV is not at all set to 16x9 when accepting a 1920x1080 signal (already 16x9) from the player, it should be set to normal or full/1:1 pixel mapped

I dont want to clog up Djs thread anymore, all hes doing is taking gforces script and carrying it out, if you have a problem with the script (which it sounds like you do) then Id say take it up with gforce in his thread. If you care to discuss this further, you can PM me instead or create a new thread, I just dont want this clogging up his thread

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#443583
Topic
Star Wars OT & 1997 Special Edition Info.
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Chewtobacca said:

All anamorphic DVD require display at 16:9/Wide mode.  Displaying them at 1:1 is simply wrong, unless you are almost certain that the studio neglected to take nominal analogue blanking into acount when authoring the DVD, in which case the studio made an error.

To the first point, yes, per the player, NOT the TV.

The TV needs to display them at 1:1, if you are using an old player or sending 480 to the TV then YES you would need the TV to stretch the picture (wide mode).

But if you are using an upscale player, and at that one that is not super cheap (Bluray or quality DVD player), then you set the mode to regular or full or whatever it is and set it to 1:1 pixel map (on the TV), and the player itself determines the signal to send via the control menu of the player.

I dont know how you might be doing it, but perhaps youre sending the wrong signal or you just want an anamorphically enhanced pillarboxed image.....


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