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07-10-2003, 03:23 PM
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Hi,
I use the latest script, and works nearly fine, but u can always see blocks at a black background, what can that be?? I mostly have a CQ from about 80-90, that should be enough.

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thanks for redo my answer plautzer
i see the same like you and more:
the blocky dark seems "dark green" too.

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07-10-2003, 05:39 PM
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Are you guys using any additional filter in your MAScript
Have you had this problem sence you install aviynth or after
adding certain software
I sure like to know whats going on there
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07-10-2003, 05:46 PM
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Are you guys using any additional filter in your MAScript
Have you had this problem sence you install aviynth or after
adding certain software
I sure like to know whats going on there
Osvaldo my dear friend,
i post it many times...
using the last script without changes,
no problems with avisynth and i have ghost images,
i can recall the system when some is strange.
all that i try give the same result.
i format and reinstall everything ,
i have one ghost image only with the programs
needed to make kvcds....special for encodes.
in all systems and images got the same problem.

really bore me cos don't know what happen and my source is clean dvd.
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07-10-2003, 08:51 PM
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maybe is a problem when you are ripping the vobs off the dvd
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07-10-2003, 09:05 PM
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maybe is a problem when you are ripping the vobs off the dvd
a good answer my friend....maybe this is the reason


now the worse:
i have the vobs ripped in hd,no more the dvd to rip again.



i will try it and call my nepew again.i'm doing this encode for him.
he have the dvd!
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07-10-2003, 10:07 PM
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Have you played with Tom Barry's DCTFilter?
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07-10-2003, 10:12 PM
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Have you played with Tom Barry's DCTFilter?
i did thousands tests but don't remember to use that filter.

please more hints Fred,i'm using the last best script for avisynth252,
than send me your recomendations!
thanks
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07-11-2003, 02:34 AM
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@ Jorel
1) During preparing d2v with DVD2AVI did u used TVscale ore PCscale ?

2) Maybe u just check option -Output YUV data as basic YCbCr not CCIR601 - in TMPGenc under Quantize matrix TAB to convert all near black to real black ??? Worth to try
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07-11-2003, 03:33 AM
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2) Maybe u just check option -Output YUV data as basic YCbCr not CCIR601 - in TMPGenc under Quantize matrix TAB to convert all near black to real black ??? Worth to try
bman
Doing this is a nonsense as it does exactly the opposite that you want to do by using Limiter() in your script.

THAT is the thing to change if you find your black to "green".

(reminder : limiter changes all luma value below 0 to 16, that means that a true black (L=0) is changed to a dark grey (L=16))
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07-11-2003, 04:50 AM
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2) Maybe u just check option -Output YUV data as basic YCbCr not CCIR601 - in TMPGenc under Quantize matrix TAB to convert all near black to real black ??? Worth to try
bman
Doing this is a nonsense as it does exactly the opposite that you want to do by using Limiter() in your script.[quote]

@ DialHot
With whole respect to u and your knowledge(that i've no doubts u have more than I do) but It's little bit rude to use such kind expressions .
Even If u are very sure about your rightness just keep your polaite manners please
We are here just to help one each other not to critisize and abuse
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07-11-2003, 05:53 AM
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and i have more age than you all and feel this like
2 brothers with little problems.

like a "granpa" i ask:
ending with simple excuses?
no more problems my dears?
growing the friendship?

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07-11-2003, 05:59 AM
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like a "granpa" i ask:
ending with simple excuses?
no more problems my dears?
growing the friendship?
For sure ! My purpose wasn't to be rude or hurting anyone sensibility and I'm sad to see one more time how things seem differents when you use writing medium to communicate (adding that when english is not your natural language, you don"t give same weight to words like "nonsense" that it can have for other people). So sorry...
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07-11-2003, 06:15 AM
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Excused and forgotten
Let's move on to get better encodes
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great
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Well looks like this one lasted less then Tyson's at his best.
back to you Jorel.
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@ Jorel
1) During preparing d2v with DVD2AVI did u used TVscale ore PCscale ?

2) Maybe u just check option -Output YUV data as basic YCbCr not CCIR601 - in TMPGenc under Quantize matrix TAB to convert all near black to real black ??? Worth to try
bman
back...
hey bman,i remember now,it was a 4 months ago...
i copy the folder "video_ts" from dvd to hd and
rip this using Vstrip internal of dvd2svcd prog.

the worse,i trash the original(copy)vobs from video_ts folder
i only have the ripped vobs from Vstrip.

in dvd2avi project was using PCscale.
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07-11-2003, 10:16 AM
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Hi Jorel
Maybe u'll try d2v file with TVscale setup ?!!
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ok,
i try using one vob to test!
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07-11-2003, 11:04 AM
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ok,
i try using one vob to test!
I'm curious and I'm waiting for results
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