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Adder 01-30-2003 06:28 PM

KVCD: Interlace or de-interlace (progressive) encoding?
 
Hi all

If my source dvd is PAL, and dvd2avi says 'frame type'=interlaced, i gather i used interlace mode in tmpegenc. If my source from dvd2avi says 'interlaced (progressive)' i gather i use 'de interlace (progressive)', and also if the source is FILM (NTSC) i use 'de interlace (progressive)' in tmpegend.

heh :o

someone explain please :D

Thanks.

kwag 01-30-2003 06:35 PM

Hi Adder,

Here's your answer :wink: : http://www.doom9.org/mpg/dvd2avi.htm

-kwag

Adder 01-31-2003 03:38 AM

Hi kwag :)

Thanks for the prompt reply as usual :D

Thanks for the link, but it doesn't really state if i should use 'interlace' or 'de-interlace (progressive) in tmpegenc - advanced tab. If there are no horizontal black lines going through movie and frame type is 'interlaced' i guess i leave tmpegenc set to interlace under advacned tab?

Please explain to me kwag your better at explanations :wink:

Thanks again.

kwag 01-31-2003 10:51 AM

Hi Adder,

If you're making a (K)VCD, you must always encode non-interlaced. VCDs don't support interlaced video :wink:.

-kwag

Adder 02-01-2003 05:01 AM

Hi kwag

Thanks kwag :D


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