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Old 26th December 2004, 18:56   #1  |  Link
puzio
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Dvd2avi Field Order Please Help!

hello ALL
I recorded some MPEG2 video from satellite and I used DVD2AVI to make D2V file. The option Field Operation = NONE . Then I maked AVS file with only line MPEG2source ("x.d2v").

I USED PROCODER 2.0 TO CHECK FIELD ORDER OF MPEG2 AND AVS FILE . PROCODER 2.0 SHOWS THAT MPEG2 FILE IS TOP FIELD AND AVS FILE IS BOTTOM FIELD .

HOW DO YOU THINK ? IT IS OK??? I USED FIELD OPERATION=NONE !!!!

THX AND MERRY CHR.
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Old 26th December 2004, 19:00   #2  |  Link
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Because Avisynth assumes bottom field first by default; just use the line AssumeTFF() in your script.
 
Old 26th December 2004, 19:40   #3  |  Link
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I don't think AssumeTFF will change what Procoder reports (unless Procoder determines field-order by actually analyzing frames?). Field-order is a property used internally by AviSynth; general AVI files don't have a notion of field-order.

And there's no need to make two threads about the same topic.
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Old 27th December 2004, 15:54   #4  |  Link
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And there's no need to make two threads about the same topic.
Not to mention cross posting in the dvd2avi forum and using caps. I will close this one.
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