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Post #323984

Author
Davis
Parent topic
GOUT image stabilization
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Date created
15-Jul-2008, 2:06 PM
g-force said:

Davis said:

Still have the lines. It’s not “DGIndex”- that is fine. It seems to be induced by AVIsynth itself. When I run the AVS file on the Star Wars video (not encoding at all, just playing it in Media Player), the horizontal interlace lines appear. Nothing I do in TMPEGenc takes them away….

 

Hey Davis, did you ever get this figured out? I'm at a loss, since there really is no way the script could be interlacing the video.

Is it possible that it is the DVD ripping software? Are you absolutely sure that you are using "force film" in DGindex?

The only other thing that I could think of is that some plugin is not the most recent version and is defaulting to interlaced video. Might want to check that you are using the most recent versions of the needed plugins.

-G

 

Yes!  This was the problem- "force film" wasn't checked in DGIndex.  So it was DGIndex.

It looks great!  I can't wait until you finish tweaking the script completely, so that I can burn a copy for myself:)

-Davis

P.S. Will you be doing different scripts for "Empire" and "Jedi"?