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09-26-2002, 01:16 PM
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When previewing most movies with DVD2AVI, I normally see the Video Type in the Statistics window as FILM 96% (or some percentage number). A movie that I am working on right now is shown as FILM with no percentage.

What is different between these two movies?

I normally use Forced Film on the Video | Field Operation menu. Should this be used for both of these FILM types?
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09-26-2002, 02:16 PM
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Hi white_furby,

That means that your movie is 100% FILM.
Keep using "Force FILM" in DVD2AVI

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And so a setting of 96% FILM means that 4% of the frames are ??????
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Quote:
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And so a setting of 96% FILM means that 4% of the frames are ??????
NTSC Interlaced
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