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here is the output for my AVS script made with paranoia ...

dgdecode_mpeg2source("F:\Temp\Shallow Hal.d2v")
LanczosResize(720,464,1,6,716,462)
Addborders(0,8,0,
Letterbox(16,16,16,16)

Is this ok? or could it use some spicing up?
Everything looks wicked even when tmpgenc is set to normal mode except little tiny bugs or maybe bitrate shortage around the characters, Nothing too bad tho.
I find the less lines in the AVS file the faster the encode
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I find the less lines in the AVS file the faster the encode
Read carefully the avisynth's manual entry for each of these lines and you will understand why it is so fast.

This has nothing to do with the number of the lines. I can give you a script that has one line and will take days to encode.
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theres still the little issue of bugs (bitrate shortage) around the letters & edges of the characters, what line can be added to the above script to remove this????
(tryed afew but no sucess)
also is it true that bilinearresize is better than bicubic for KDVD?
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I find the less lines in the AVS file the faster the encode
Its got to do with the filters....each filter is like a mesh, meant for filtering/removing certain impurities(u percieve) in a Video image and allowing the rest if it to be processed by the next one. You are currently using only a resizing and addborder routines.
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theres still the little issue of bugs (bitrate shortage) around the letters & edges of the characters, what line can be added to the above script to remove this????
(tryed afew but no sucess)
also is it true that bilinearresize is better than bicubic for KDVD?
Try using the LremovedustYV12() function, which works wonders on most of my sources. Also since you use Lanczosresize, it can also cause too much sharpness leading to these effects.

IMO Bicubic works better for upsizing AR and for non-dvd sources and lanczos to keep the same resolution and if you have a good quality source. Bicubic will also offer you good compression in comparision with Lanczos and therefore a lower file size.
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theres still the little issue of bugs (bitrate shortage) around the letters & edges of the characters, what line can be added to the above script to remove this????
(tryed afew but no sucess)
also is it true that bilinearresize is better than bicubic for KDVD?
This has nothing to do with shortrage, this is gibbs.
http://www.kvcd.net/forum/viewtopic.php?p=117789
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