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Old 23rd March 2003, 08:14   #1  |  Link
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HDTV / DTV tools -- Transport Streams to AVISynth

Edit: I've written a more current guide later in this thread (link)

I finally managed to upgrade my computer, put an antenna on my roof and install my HiPix card. I am currently getting really good signals for ABC, NBC and CBS (strengths exceeding 80) and am able to successfully "record" the transport streams. I've been poking through the forums a bit, but haven't really come up with any straight how-to's for getting a .ts into avisynth so I can make some sexy xvid's. All I know is I need to use some or all of the following:

* HDTV2Mpeg2 v1.07
* DVD2AVI (no idea what version)
* AVISynth 2.5
* MPEG2DEC.DLL (unknown what version)
* Decomb.dll (one that supports avisynth 2.5)

Could some one type up, or point me to, a basic set up guide? I am familiar with doing tv captures, so all I need to know is how to get a .ts into avisynth. I should be able to figure out the deinterlacing and IVTC'ing.

Note: I did find SMC's post on inmatrix but the steps there seem a bit out-dated, particularly since the use of YU12...

Last edited by FreQi; 30th March 2007 at 01:03. Reason: updated guide
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