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Old 29th September 2017, 22:45   #1  |  Link
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1080p DVR -> 480i DV -> Avisynth filters -> AVStoDVD - Suggestions?

I've recorded a documentary series on my DVR and outputted it through Firewire into DV-AVI files (480i, NTSC). From here I want to run them through Avisynth, then through AVStoDVD to make a DVD.

Any filter suggestions (specifically for output to DVD)? I want to remove the logo if possible. In a test, I was able to deblend the transparent part, which is most of it.

AVStoDVD/HCenc suggestions? Which matrix? AC3 audio?

I want the best settings, even if they are slow.

Each episode is about 90 to 120 minutes long. I want one episode per DVD.

Current Avisynth script:

FFmpegSource2("C:\myvideo.avi", atrack=-1, colorspace="YV12")
Crop(4, 0, 712, 480, align=False)
BicubicResizeMT(720, 480)
This changes the field order to TFF in preparation for an interlaced NTSC DVD. I assume I can crop the left and right borders without messing up the interlacing.

AVStoDVD settings: Highest MPEG2 video bitrate possible with AC3 448kbps stereo audio.

HCenc settings (from AVStoDVD):

*INFILE C:\Users\myuser\AppData\Local\Temp\DVD_1_test_1.avs
*OUTFILE C:\Users\myuser\Videos\DVD_1_test.m2v
*LOGFILE C:\Users\myuser\AppData\Local\Temp\DVD_1_test.HCenc.log
*ASPECT 16:9
*BIAS 60
*AQ 1
*DBPATH  C:\Users\myuser\AppData\Local\Temp
*INTRAVLC         2
*AUTOGOP          15
HERE is the 8-minute sample (1.69GB) of the most common type of clips in the documentary.
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