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Kwag,

I think I got the hang of of the AviSynth Scripts, now just two questions

1. Lets say I have a 90 Min movie ripped from ogiginal DVD - What would the script setting be to use your Templete in TMPGEnc"

2. I have the Panasonic DVD-RAM Recorder what would the script setting be for the VRO files again using your templates in TMPGnc?

I think I have all the Avisynth Plu-Ins I need. Many thanks for all your support and understanding.

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Kwag,

I think I got the hang of of the AviSynth Scripts, now just two questions

1. Lets say I have a 90 Min movie ripped from ogiginal DVD - What would the script setting be to use your Templete in TMPGEnc"

2. I have the Panasonic DVD-RAM Recorder what would the script setting be for the VRO files again using your templates in TMPGnc?

I think I have all the Avisynth Plu-Ins I need. Many thanks for all your support and understanding.

Bud
Hi Bud:

For the DVD rip:
Run your DVD2AVI ( check if you need Force FILM ) and create a .d2v project from the VOB's.
Next open the .d2v with FitCD and select your destination size.
Just before saving your .avs, change the line that says
#TemporalSmoother(2,2)
to:
TemporalSmoother(1,2)

Be sure to remove that #

Save your script. Open it as video source with TMPEG, and open your audio source, also with TMPEG.
Load your template, adjust input aspect ( if necessary ), and start encoding.

For the .VRO, run your DVD2AVI WITHOUT Force FILM. Select None.
Be sure to have installed the decomb.dll somewhere, because you'll need it to do IVTC.

Here's a script for a 352x480 template and .VRO:

LoadPlugin("C:\encoding\MPEG2DEC.dll")
LoadPlugin("c:\encoding\decomb.dll")
mpeg2source("F:\stargate.d2v")
Telecide(reverse=false,swap=false,firstlast=false, post=true,threshold=15,dthreshold=9,blend=true,chr oma=false,y0=0,y1=0)
Decimate(cycle=5,mode=0,threshold=0)
BilinearResize(352,480,0,0,704,480)
TemporalSmoother(2,2)
AddBorders(0,0,0,0)


Have fun!,
kwag
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