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09-13-2004, 05:49 PM
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I hope this isn't a stupid question...but where do I get the plug-in I need for GipFit()

I PROMISE I have searched a great deal...maybe I'm just blind

Should it be here?
http://www.indeus.com/sansgrip/avisynth/

I don't see it...maybe I should try installing all of them? Right now, I have a grip.dll with no version resource and can't remember where I got it.

I know the one I have supports GripCrop(), GripSize(), and GripBorders() because I have been using them.

...but isn't GripFit() newer? ...and I can use it instead of GripCrop/GripSize??

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Hi sking1001,
Last time I saw a link to it was here.
Just hope Incredible doesn't mind, though...
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of course ink don't mind (i can trust)!

a good alternative:
is in the latexxx signature too!
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09-13-2004, 08:26 PM
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Thank you very much for the reply.

Are you referring to the grip.dll at those links?

I replaced mine and am still getting "Script error: there is no function name "GripFit".

I'm using AviSynth 2.5.4.0.

Here's my script:
LoadPlugin("C:\Program Files\AviSynth 2.5\plugins\grip.dll") #this line not really necessary?
AviSource("file.avi")
GripFit(width=720, height=480)

Anyway, GripCop/GripResize is working fine...may I ask yet another different question here?

Okay, here goes:
I don't have a widescreen TV, and when I make sure the borders are there on the .AVS I bring into my encoder (CCE)...i.e. with a 2:35:1 source use GripCrop(720, 480, overscan=0, source_anamorphic=true), I select 4:3 on the encoder (since the borders are already there).
(method 1)

Alternativey I could use GripCrop(720, 480, overscan=0, source_anamorphic=FALSE), giving an anamorphic picture to my encoder and select 16:9 on the encoder settings.
(method 2)

My question is, since both seem to produce the same results on my TV, if I were to play the resulting disc on a widescreen TV, would it fill the screen properly with method #1, or would there still the black bars be just as large as with a 4:3 TV? Is method #2 required to look properly on both types of TV's?

Thanks for putting up with SO many question. I hope I can contribute something back

Thanks again,
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09-14-2004, 06:40 AM
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Quote:
Originally Posted by sking1001
I replaced mine and am still getting "Script error: there is no function name "GripFit".
You didn't read correctly the thread about GripFit.

GripFit is now the name of the plugin that contains the 3 functions : GripSize / Gripcrop / GripBorders.
There isn"t any "GripFit" function !

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Alternativey I could use GripCrop(720, 480, overscan=0, source_anamorphic=FALSE), giving an anamorphic picture to my encoder and select 16:9 on the encoder settings.
(method 2)
The correct way to do, that will give in fact the exact same image that your method 2 above is :
Code:
GripCrop(720, 480, overscan=0, source_anamorphic=true, dest_anamorphic=true)
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Is method #2 required to look properly on both types of TV's?
First, method #1 produces a 4:3 picture, method #2 a anamorphic one.
Second, all 16:9 (widescreen) TV set can handle a 4:3 picture (via a zoom mode) but n few 4:3 TV set can handle anamorphic picture.

So the method #1 is better to be sure to have the picture correctly on all TV set. Now, method 2 allows you to take advantage of all the picture quality of your TV set (true anamorphic images look a lot better than zoomed 4:3 images).
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09-14-2004, 09:20 AM
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Phil, I cannot thank you enough.
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