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Old 3rd April 2009, 13:49   #221  |  Link
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Old 3rd April 2009, 14:27   #222  |  Link
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thanks flebber

the only problem is that working with only first audio track... when using ffmpeg, otherwise if muxing with mkvmerge is ok, there is no problem)

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Old 3rd April 2009, 15:03   #223  |  Link
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Hi, buzz!
I hope you do not forget about us - linux users?
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Old 3rd April 2009, 15:08   #224  |  Link
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@MTZ

using your dvd sample

what about editing the "Display AR:" from 1.3334 to 1.7778 ?

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sorry, this application will be windows only
i will back on AutoX264 for linux

and don't warry, i have 3 pc at home, and ALL runs linux (fedora 10 (my pc), ubuntu (wife), debian lenny(htpc) )

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I think is complicated for newbies. The first thing should be fixed is the L/R crop.
I know is a dark movie and autocrop is hard but maybe you can create a sample DVD with 16:9 in 4:3 with black frame for more testings.

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Old 3rd April 2009, 15:29   #226  |  Link
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sorry pal but using your sample even with 100 frames analyzed i get wrong crop

i could add some options for tweaking crop (like hidden options)...

but.. any suggestion is welcome

anyway this file is difficult, other sample have correct crop (as lowrence of arabia , from SMD, got cropped all around correctly)

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Yep, maybe one set to not crop L/R because seems that Up/Down is OK even on that sample. Most of movies (maybe 99%) just need Top and Bottom crop. And 1/2 pixels for L/R can be ignored by the newbies because some advanced users will crop manually.
Also the analyze for crop to not be made in the begining of the movie because there are many times some logo which can create problems.

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Also the analyze for crop to not be made in the begining of the movie because there are many times some logo which can create problems.
i will start analysis at 125' frames

and.. btw, on next update, using the d2v from this vob will crop the correct value (test this http://www.64k.it/andres/data/hdconv...rtToX-crop.exe )

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On the full DVD test still cropping 72 for L+R. If it starts the analyze of cropping between frame 125 and 170 should output the correct crop because the image is OK for cropping, but after frame 200 can be some errors in autocrop analyze because there is a logo with left and right black borders.
Maybe the LR values are because HDC is trying to keep the AR?

It is correct this value: Trim(0,2) in analyze.avs ?

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If it starts the analyze of cropping between frame 125 and 170
sorry pal, i will never do so particulat analysis
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Maybe the LR values are because HDC is trying to keep the AR
yes

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It is correct this value: Trim(0,2) in analyze.avs ?
yes, autocrop is before trim, so is on full source

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Hi,

For the Autocrop difficulties, why not take a but more samples like below.
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MPEG2Source("C:\My DVD \rip\Movie\VIDEO_TS\VTS_01_1.d2v")
ConvertToYV12().AutoCrop(mode=2,samples=100)
A value of 100 samples would make more sense to get the correct crop values ?
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would be very slow

anyway.. try latest http://www.64k.it/andres/data/hdconv...ertToX-MTZ.exe

crop should be ok, and fast

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Well, speed is not really critical. Better slower and correct than fast and wrong plus doing it manually at the end anyway ....
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@buzzqw

Compression Test seems to run with a default crf=20 for x264. That's fine for a general compressability test.

However, when I select 1-pass encoding I would prefer if the compression test would run with my crf setting in the Video Encoder Tab, because the Compression Test would then give me an estimation of the expected file size. This could be very helpful to check if my 1-pass encode will fit on say a 4.7 GB disc.

Further, it appears that HDC crashes if I enter a sample size <1, say 0.5. Small samples sizes <1 should be sufficient for large BluRay files I guess.
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When selecting QMF filter fluxsmooth.avs encoding exits shortly after audio encoding. I ran the same video and encoding settings twice only removing from one.

HDC only exits when QMF selected.

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HDConvertToX v.0.7.159.1355 report

Input File: c:\rip\hdconverttox_0.7.119.1194\temp\fullvideo.mkv
Codec Video: vfw
Width: 480
Heigh: 360
Framerate: 25.000
Framecount: 4678
Duration(hh:mm:ss): 0:3:8
Aspect Ratio: 1.3333
Resized resolution: 464 / 256
Crop Left: 10
Crop Top: 52
Crop Right: 6
Crop Bottom: 52
Activate: Crop Obey to AR
Activate: Follow ITU Resizing
Activate: Anamorphic Resize

Start Hidden Options ->
Activate Hidden Option: Mod16
Activate Hidden Option: Pre handle audio with ffmpeg
-> End Hidden Options

Start Video Configuration ->
Encoding Settings: X264 in MP4
Encoding Preset: 5
Final Size: 22
Priority: idle
Denoise Level: Light
Set Manual Bitrate:
Force DirectShowSource: Off
Deinterlace: none
-> End Video Configuration

Start Audio Configuration ->
Audio Codec: Nero AAC Audio
Audio Bitrate/Quality: 160
Audio Channels: Original
MP3 Mode: abr
SpeedUP: Off
SlowDonw: Off
Normalize: On
-> End Audio Configuration

Start Audio Tracks Selected ->
2: mp3, 2.0 channels, 96kbps, 44.1khz, -38ms
-> End Audio Tracks Selected

Start Subtitles Tracks Selected ->
Mux Subtitle in MP4/MKV file: On
Encrust Subtitle in Video file: Off
-> End Subtitles Tracks Selected

Start Advanced AviSynth ->
Basic Filter: NONE
QMF Filter: QMLF_7_motions_FluxSmooth.avs
MVDegrain: NONE
FreeAVS String: VagueDenoiser(threshold=0, method=3, nsteps=6, chromaT=0).asharp(2,5,1)
ColorMatrix: On
GreyScale: Off
-> End Advanced AviSynth

Start Queue ->

"C:\Rip\HDConvertToX_0.7.119.1194\applications\ffmpeg.exe" -i "c:\rip\hdconverttox_0.7.119.1194\temp\fullvideo.mkv" -vn -map [1,0] -acodec pcm_s16le -ac 2 -f wav -y "C:\Rip\HDConvertToX_0.7.119.1194\temp\fullvideo_pid1.wav"
"C:\Rip\HDConvertToX_0.7.119.1194\applications\eac3to.exe" "C:\Rip\HDConvertToX_0.7.119.1194\temp\fullvideo_pid1.wav" 1: stdout.wav -down16 -resampleto48000 -normalize | "C:\Rip\HDConvertToX_0.7.119.1194\applications\neroaacenc.exe" -if - -br 160 -ignorelength -of "C:\Rip\HDConvertToX_0.7.119.1194\temp\hdencodertoxvid-pid1.mp4"
"C:\Rip\HDConvertToX_0.7.119.1194\applications\x264.exe" --crf 22 --threads auto --thread-input --no-psnr --progress --keyint 250 --bframes 3 --trellis 0 --ref 3 --filter -1,-1 --subme 5 --direct auto --vbv-bufsize 14000 --vbv-maxrate 25000 --me dia --no-ssim --weightb --b-adapt 1 --partitions p8x8,b8x8,i8x8 --8x8dct --aud --aq-mode 0 --aq-strength 0 --output "C:\Rip\HDConvertToX_0.7.119.1194\temp\hdconverttox_fullvideo.h264" "C:\Rip\HDConvertToX_0.7.119.1194\temp\hdconverttox_fullvideo.avs"
"C:\Rip\HDConvertToX_0.7.119.1194\applications\mp4box.exe" -add "C:\Rip\HDConvertToX_0.7.119.1194\temp\hdconverttox_fullvideo.h264" -fps 25.000 -add "C:\Rip\HDConvertToX_0.7.119.1194\temp\hdencodertoxvid-pid1.mp4" "C:\Rip\Produced\Alchemist - First Contact_1.MP4"
-> End Queue

AviSynth Script ->
C:\Rip\HDConvertToX_0.7.119.1194\temp\hdconverttox_fullvideo.avs
#HDConvertToX Avisynth Script
#
#Input File = c:\rip\hdconverttox_0.7.119.1194\temp\fullvideo.mkv
#Original Resolution = 480x360
#Aspect Ratio = 1.3333
#Frame rate =25.000
#Number of Frames = 4678
#Lenght (hour:minutes:seconds) = 0:3:8
#Display Aspect Ratio = 1.8589
#Aspect Error = 2.5615
#
#Resized resolution = 464 / 256
#Crop Left = 10
#Crop Top = 52
#Crop Right = 6
#Crop Bottom = 52
#
LoadPlugin("C:\Rip\HDConvertToX_0.7.119.1194\filters\AddGrainC.dll")
LoadPlugin("C:\Rip\HDConvertToX_0.7.119.1194\filters\autocrop.dll")
LoadPlugin("C:\Rip\HDConvertToX_0.7.119.1194\filters\ColorMatrix.dll")
LoadPlugin("C:\Rip\HDConvertToX_0.7.119.1194\filters\Decomb.dll")
LoadPlugin("C:\Rip\HDConvertToX_0.7.119.1194\filters\degrainmedian.dll")
LoadPlugin("C:\Rip\HDConvertToX_0.7.119.1194\filters\DGAVCDecode.dll")
LoadPlugin("C:\Rip\HDConvertToX_0.7.119.1194\filters\DGDecode.dll")
LoadPlugin("C:\Rip\HDConvertToX_0.7.119.1194\filters\DirectShowSource.dll")
LoadPlugin("C:\Rip\HDConvertToX_0.7.119.1194\filters\EEDI2.dll")
LoadPlugin("C:\Rip\HDConvertToX_0.7.119.1194\filters\FFMS2.dll")
LoadPlugin("C:\Rip\HDConvertToX_0.7.119.1194\filters\FFT3DFilter.dll")
LoadPlugin("C:\Rip\HDConvertToX_0.7.119.1194\filters\FluxSmooth.dll")
LoadPlugin("C:\Rip\HDConvertToX_0.7.119.1194\filters\frfun7.dll")
LoadPlugin("C:\Rip\HDConvertToX_0.7.119.1194\filters\gradfun2db.dll")
LoadPlugin("C:\Rip\HDConvertToX_0.7.119.1194\filters\hqdn3d.dll")
LoadPlugin("C:\Rip\HDConvertToX_0.7.119.1194\filters\mt_masktools-25.dll")
LoadPlugin("C:\Rip\HDConvertToX_0.7.119.1194\filters\mvtools.dll")
LoadPlugin("C:\Rip\HDConvertToX_0.7.119.1194\filters\mvtools2.dll")
LoadPlugin("C:\Rip\HDConvertToX_0.7.119.1194\filters\RemoveDirtS.dll")
LoadPlugin("C:\Rip\HDConvertToX_0.7.119.1194\filters\RemoveGrainS.dll")
LoadPlugin("C:\Rip\HDConvertToX_0.7.119.1194\filters\RepairS.dll")
LoadPlugin("C:\Rip\HDConvertToX_0.7.119.1194\filters\SangNom.dll")
LoadPlugin("C:\Rip\HDConvertToX_0.7.119.1194\filters\TBilateral.dll")
LoadPlugin("C:\Rip\HDConvertToX_0.7.119.1194\filters\TDeint.dll")
LoadPlugin("C:\Rip\HDConvertToX_0.7.119.1194\filters\TIVTC.dll")
LoadPlugin("C:\Rip\HDConvertToX_0.7.119.1194\filters\TTempSmooth.dll")
LoadPlugin("C:\Rip\HDConvertToX_0.7.119.1194\filters\UnDot.dll")
LoadPlugin("C:\Rip\HDConvertToX_0.7.119.1194\filters\UnFilter.dll")
LoadPlugin("C:\Rip\HDConvertToX_0.7.119.1194\filters\VSFilter.dll")

Import("C:\Rip\HDConvertToX_0.7.119.1194\filters\BlindDeHalo3_mt2.avsi")
Import("C:\Rip\HDConvertToX_0.7.119.1194\filters\Deblock_QED_MT2.avsi")
Import("C:\Rip\HDConvertToX_0.7.119.1194\filters\GradFun2DBmod.v1.3.avsi")
Import("C:\Rip\HDConvertToX_0.7.119.1194\filters\Lem.avsi")
Import("C:\Rip\HDConvertToX_0.7.119.1194\filters\LSFmod.v1.7.avsi")
Import("C:\Rip\HDConvertToX_0.7.119.1194\filters\MCTemporalDenoise.v1.2.02.avsi")
Import("C:\Rip\HDConvertToX_0.7.119.1194\filters\QMLF_3_motions.avsi")
Import("C:\Rip\HDConvertToX_0.7.119.1194\filters\QMLF_5_motions.avsi")
Import("C:\Rip\HDConvertToX_0.7.119.1194\filters\QMLF_7_motions.avsi")
Import("C:\Rip\HDConvertToX_0.7.119.1194\filters\QMLF_9_motions.avsi")
Import("C:\Rip\HDConvertToX_0.7.119.1194\filters\seesaw.avsi")
Import("C:\Rip\HDConvertToX_0.7.119.1194\filters\spresso.avsi")
#Source File
movie = FFVideoSource("c:\rip\hdconverttox_0.7.119.1194\temp\fullvideo.mkv",seekmode=-1)
movie = isRGB(movie) ? ConvertToYV12(movie) : movie
movie = isYUY2(movie) ? ConvertToYV12(movie) : movie
last=movie


#Applying Resizing
GaussResize(464,256,10,52,-6,-52,p=45)

#Insert Filters As Requested
ColorMatrix(mode="Rec.709->Rec.601")

hqdn3d(2)
Import("C:\Rip\HDConvertToX_0.7.119.1194\filters\QMLF_7_motions_FluxSmooth.avs")
QMLF_7_motions()
VagueDenoiser(threshold=0, method=3, nsteps=6, chromaT=0).asharp(2,5,1)
-> End AviSynth Script
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i look at this

@flebber
open script with virtualdub
what is the error ?

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Old 4th April 2009, 07:24   #237  |  Link
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@sharc

update hdc (redownload hdconverttox.exe)
now compression test accept decimal value
and compression test use the same value as display in crf/cq (only when encoding is 1 pass quality)

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got the error
will be fixed in next full package
meanwhile you can open the QMLF_7_motions_FluxSmooth.avs and edit the fourth line as this
Quote:
function f_m0(clip c){return c.FluxSmoothT(3)}
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Very strange: I choose x264 in MKV and the final movie is x264 in AVI.
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x264 in avi ?

use the Make report in utilities

hdc doesn't allow x264 in avi...

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The update file seems to be corrupted.
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