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CheronAph 03-01-2003 09:47 AM

Resizing?
 
Which one is better for 352x576 video, bicubic or lanczos?

kwag 03-01-2003 10:07 AM

Re: Resizing?
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by CheronAph
Which one is better for 352x576 video, bicubic or lanczos?

It depends on your source. Use bicubic only for "upsizing" a movie. Not for downsizing. I believe lanczos is good for 1:1 and for downsizing, but not for upsizing.

-kwag

muaddib 03-01-2003 07:55 PM

Hi kwag,

What do you mean with "1:1" ?

kwag 03-01-2003 07:59 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by muaddib
Hi kwag,

What do you mean with "1:1" ?

No resize at all. Input res.=Output res. Not aspect related :wink:

-kwag

muaddib 03-01-2003 08:23 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by kwag
Quote:

Originally Posted by muaddib
Hi kwag,

What do you mean with "1:1" ?

No resize at all. Input res.=Output res. Not aspect related :wink:

-kwag

If Input res.=Output res. then you don't need a resizer! 8O do you :?:

kwag 03-01-2003 08:41 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by muaddib
If Input res.=Output res. then you don't need a resizer! 8O do you :?:

True, and the filter should then operate in "passive" mode, because it doesn't need to do any work. That is, if the filter is smart enough :wink:
But then again, no, you don't need the filter in place :)

-kwag


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