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Old 31st May 2007, 13:15   #1  |  Link
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Avi Source Analyze

Hi Sorry for my bad English.

i m looking for tools/software that analyze avi source like before i converted all dvd to pc to avi and now i want to do quality in it. so i want to analyze avi source and i want to no what need to be done for example just like in dvd if ivtc need to be done or etc.

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Old 31st May 2007, 16:41   #2  |  Link
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Hi!

Try GSpot...
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Old 31st May 2007, 21:29   #3  |  Link
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i need to re-encode them to good quality. so i want to know what need to be done.
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Why not just encode each to fill an entire DVD-5? There's no point in analysing a video's quality for optimum size if you alreay have a specific limit available.
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@salman1

You've repeated what you said in your first post, so I'll do the same - try GSpot...
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You've repeated what you said in your first post, so I'll do the same - try GSpot...
sorry for bad english

Gspot give info about file but it don't tell what need to be done in order to get good quality.
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Exactly what do you want to do with your .AVI(s)?

Do you want to convert it to a DVD, or something else?
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Exactly what do you want to do with your .AVI(s)?

Do you want to convert it to a DVD, or something else?
i want to re-encode using virtual dub mod and so i want to know what need to be done. like de-interlace, ivtc, etc

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You want to re-encode an .AVI to .AVI?

Why don't you just go back to the original source material (that you used to create the first .AVI) and compress to .AVI using the proper/desired settings?

That way you will undoubtedly attain higher quality results...
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i don't have dvd anymore. i rented all that dvd and now i want to make good quality by avi to avi because avi is the only file i have in my computer.


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i don't have dvd anymore. i rented all that dvd
You might want to RE-read the "Announcement" at the top of the "Newbies" sub-forum, as well as all of the Forum Rules (particularly #6)...
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You might want to RE-read the "Announcement" at the top of the "Newbies" sub-forum, as well as all of the Forum Rules (particularly #6)...
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Besides violating the rules - they're laid out very clearly in those links - you still haven't managed to explain clearly enough what you're trying to do or why. Oh well. Keep in mind, being more precise and saying too much is always better than less precise, especially when the language isn't your native, or it'll be impossible for anyone to help you.
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