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Old 29th January 2006, 12:46   #1  |  Link
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tv to pc scale

hello all. i have a few music videos from promotional dvd i'd like to convert from tv scale to pc scale without having to re-encode. i've tried using dgindex and select "pc scale" then demux the video, but it comes out the same way as the source. is there another way or any possible way to convert from tv to pc scale without having to reencode the video? thanks!
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Taken from the DGIndex manual:
This option affects conversion to RGB, which occurs in only two places in DGMPGDec: 1) in the display window of DGIndex, and 2) the video served by DGVfapi. Generally, unless you have a good reason to clip the RGB, you should select the PC scale option.
The PC/TV scale options do not affect demuxed video.
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There is also a third case when it is used... upconv=2 in dgdecode. Just throwing that in for correctness .
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