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Old 14th January 2004, 08:19   #1  |  Link
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FF, Deninterlacing and Frame Rate

A few FF ?'s
1] We use force film when ...

- The Video Type is FILM 95%+
- What about the frame rate, can it be either 23.976 or 29.97?

2] We use Deinterlace when ...

- The Frame Type says Interlaced
- But do we only set to Deinterlace in the GKNOT settings or
even in the divx codec properties?

3] Is there a difference between FILM and NTSC in the Video type?

4] Also when u preview a vob, the frame rate differs when ff is on and off? Isnt there an unbiased preview mode?

P.S. Us newbies always get told to read the guides before we post anything, so dont worry i've read all i can
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Old 14th January 2004, 08:31   #2  |  Link
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  1. No, if you have FILM content then it is always encoded with 23.976fps.
  2. Use the GKnot deinterlacer, that is a better deinterlacer as well as you can play around with different deinterlacers as well.
  3. Two differences, 1) framerate: FILM = 23.976fps, NTSC = 29.97fps
    2) FILM is always progressive frames. NTSC can be both progressive and interlaced, though it is far more common with interlaced frames.
  4. 'fraid not, but you can use the ParseD2V application by neuron2 to get a better idea of what is happening inside the vob.
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