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Old 2nd December 2004, 02:06   #21  |  Link
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ff in mpc
draging the bar across to find a spot i wanted to take a ss of
oh this is a movie not an ep<set>
a full movie
and sory its ntsc73%
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interlacing and telecining should have been but a memory long ago.. unfortunately still just another bizarre weapon in the industries war on image quality.

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Old 2nd December 2004, 05:27   #22  |  Link
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Just follow the previous instructions to determine what it is. I don't know the movie, so I can't be more specific. Like I said before, I've seen plenty with 0% Film which IVTC'd nicely. If this is a new film, then maybe there's a lot of progressive 30fps material in it, which would make it a real hybrid. I just don't know, not having worked with it, but hybrids present their own set of problems.
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Ok
It's copyright 2001 I.G./Aniplex so it sounds like I should ICTC it
now to figure out how to do that.....
*re-re-reads the guide*

ok i get it
I'll start the encode tomorow morning
and post after i get back
accidentaly stated to encde it was going @ 44-54fps
so my is good somethings
basicaly this is a qual encode
no pthco "enhacnements" or pqel or anyof the
maz home thetere
basicaly I'm maxing out the codec to see what I get
then go from there
size doesn't realy mater to me
I don't have cert;d s-a yet sothis is just pratice
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Old 20th April 2005, 21:35   #24  |  Link
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@manono: there is a newer release of GK (0.35), which has another deinterlace options (your great manual was updated in 2003).

Which option should I use to achive the best quality ? The speed is secondary ...

(I know that this isn't so simple, but if you have to choose from those which you choose ?)

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Option                           Avisynth script
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Kernel Deinterlace           -   KernelDeInt(order=1,sharp=true)
Field Deinterlace            -   FieldDeinterlace()
Field Deinterlace (no blend) -   FieldDeinterlace(blend=false)
Smart Bob (fast)             -   DGBob(order=1,mode=0)
TomsMoComp                   -   TomsMoComp(1,5,1)
I have a PAL DVD source (Married with Children - Season 01), which has poorly interlaced (like you were writing in your manual )
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