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AntcuFaalb

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29-Oct-2021
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#1392670
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Color matching and prediction: color correction tool v1.3 released!
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CatBus said:

AntcuFaalb said:

PJ said:

Hey does anyone recommend a painless way of matching the frame size of two different sources? I’m trying to align footage from the 2020 Bluray of ESB to Harmy’s ESB Despecialized and I just can’t get it right.

BUnwarpJ

It’s just a jump to the left

Oh, oh, nevermind then. Sorry! I should have read the post more closely.

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#1289356
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Dragon Ball Series Preservation (* unfinished project *) - much info & ongoing discussion
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AntcuFaalb said:

How’s this? It’s episode 1 from the Dragon Box release.

http://www.framecompare.com/image-compare/screenshotcomparison/P6YLNNNX

http://www.framecompare.com/image-compare/screenshotcomparison/2M1JNNNU

For the record: None of this is by eye. I can do the entire series like this with relative ease.

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#1250019
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Babylon 5 - Broadcast NTSC (4:3)? (Released)
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I bought all of the episodes on VUDU and I’ve been capturing them.

Unfortunately, there are two issues:

  1. The little progress bar from my player is in the image for the first second of the capture. This is unfortunately unavoidable.

  2. The intro is strangely in letterboxed 16:9.

I think we can address #2 by having someone (myself?) capture the 4:3 intro from a S1, S2, S3, S4, and S5 LD since I believe the intro changes in each season. I have a sophisticated LD capturing setup if someone wants to let me borrow the five discs.

What should we do about #1?

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#1166189
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Am i the worst member on this website when it comes to punctuation?
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chyron8472 said:

AntcuFaalb said:

TV’s Frink said:

AntcuFaalb!

Thread is now a success.

Awww, thanks! 😃

Life (and, more recently, the flu) has been kicking my ass.

So are you sticking around for a while or are you just poking in to look around a bit?

I plan on sticking around, but I doubt I’ll be able to contribute as frequently as I did several years ago.

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#1091671
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Going away? Post so here!
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I’ve been “away” for a good while now and likely will be for a good while more. I pop in to FanRes and here every now and then so that I don’t miss the big stuff, but I otherwise just have way too much going on at the moment IRL.

PM me for more convenient contact information if you anticipate the need to speak with me on a regular basis.

I love you all! xoxo ❤️

–pat man 2

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#1084790
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Info: Recommended Editions of Disney Animated (and Partially Animated) Features
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Guys, we have a new winner for The Sword in the Stone!

The Amazon WEB-DL is 1080p, has no logo, and fewer artifacts than the best HDTVrips around; better bitrate too.

And, of course… no terrible DNR like the BD.

WEB-DL: https://i.imgbox.com/98T7RJPa.png
HDTV: https://i.imgbox.com/VtAhDHRS.png

WEB-DL: https://i.imgbox.com/dCUK2Hza.png
HDTV: https://i.imgbox.com/1MDlTE0O.png

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#1003613
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Babylon 5 - Broadcast NTSC (4:3)? (Released)
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Update: I can capture HDMI. Yay!

I just need to fix an EDID issue which shouldn’t be a big deal. VUDU SD streams come out at 480p, so I’m hoping to capture at that (losslessly) and then encode from there. Thankfully, my 6x3TB RAID0 is up to the job.

My capture chain will be: PS3 =(HDMI)=> Orei HDS-102 =(HDMI)=> Blackmagic UltraStudio MiniRecorder =(Thunderbolt)=> PC.

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#1003611
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Babylon 5 - Broadcast NTSC (4:3)? (Released)
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Chewtobacca said:

The live-action scenes were shot at 23.976fps and telecined: they can be inverse telecined. The effects shots were created at 29.97fps and can’t be inverse telecined: they can be decimated, but that leaves you with jerky movement. One can go ahead and deinterlace them, but the result will be a mess because they’re not really interlaced in the first place.

So the SPFX are 30p?

If this is the case, what if we used motion compensation to generate 4 intermediate frames for every group of five and then drop the originals? This would give us the 4:5 ratio we need without jerky movement.

A ab’ B bc’ C cd’ D de’ E | F fg’ G gh’ H hi’ I ij’ J

The only issue left, I think, is figuring out what to do between each group of 4 because the lack of an intermediate frame there will result in its own jerkiness.

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#1003182
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Babylon 5 - Broadcast NTSC (4:3)? (Released)
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Chewtobacca said:

That sounds good, and as there’s no need to hit a certain file-size, CRF encoding is definitely the way to go. As you know, values ranging from 22 to 18 (inclusive) are considered standard. In this sort of situation, my preference is for 16. Perhaps you could encode one episode with that value and see how it turns out.

Good idea. Will do!

In the future I’m hoping someone will do a follow-on project to properly deinterlace the SPFX sequences.