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jorel 02-06-2003 01:29 AM

forced film?
 
forced film :?:

:) hi all,

i'm :? .

in what "situation" we must use "forced film" in "field operation"?

ever? :?

rendalunit 02-06-2003 02:10 AM

hi jorel,

use force film if the movie is >=95% FILM (preview with F5 and look at video type in the stat window). If less than 95% FILM but still mostly FILM, turn off Force Film and use decomb filter in your Avisynth script.

-ren

jorel 02-06-2003 02:20 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by rendalunit
hi jorel,

use force film if the movie is >=95% FILM (preview with F5 and look at video type in the stat window). If less than 95% FILM but still mostly FILM, turn off Force Film and use decomb filter in your Avisynth script.

-ren

:D

really thanks friend "ren"! :wink:

jorel 02-07-2003 06:58 AM

1/2 stupid
 
oops...i forgot: :?

what about 29.970?
in what situation i turn to "forced film"?
and in KVCDx3Mpeg2 template in Tmpgenc,i turn "force film"when?

i am trying one dvd that is :
aspect radio 4:3
frame rate 29.970 fps
video type ntsc
frame type interlaced
:?
what i select in dvd2avi? :imstupid:
Forced film?
29.970?
:oops:

kwag 02-07-2003 08:34 AM

Run DVD2AVI and load your VOBs. Now press "F5". Let it run. If after ~30 seconds or so you see >95% FILM, then select "Force FILM". If <95% FILM, then don't select "Force FILM".

-kwag

jorel 02-08-2003 01:44 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by kwag
Run DVD2AVI and load your VOBs. Now press "F5". Let it run. If after ~30 seconds or so you see >95% FILM, then select "Force FILM". If <95% FILM, then don't select "Force FILM".

-kwag

here i go again: :? :?

Kwag wrote:
"If <95% FILM, then don't select "Force FILM"."

in this case i don't select forced film in dvd2avi,
than how i have to encode in tmpgenc with KVCDx3?
23.976 or 29.97 when no forced film in dvd2avi?

:imstupid: :? :? :? :gun: :oops:

black prince 02-08-2003 09:12 AM

@jorel,

A quick way to solve your problem is to run DVD2SVCD. Use the
VOB's and check the box to edit avs script. Before you run
D2S select just one chapter instead of the whole movie. Edit
the script D2S creates to determine what technique D2S used. I use
this method when I can't determine whether to force film or
use decomb. :)

-black prince

jorel 02-08-2003 11:01 AM

:D
thanks black prince,
very smart way! 8)

jorel 02-09-2003 10:11 AM

:?
but my doubt remains:

in this case i don't select forced film in dvd2avi,
than how i have to encode in tmpgenc with KVCDx3?
23.976 or 29.97 when no forced film in dvd2avi?

:? .... still confused!
i have to learn the "manual way",without dvd2svcd! :wink:
thanks in advance!

kwag 02-09-2003 11:44 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by jorel
:?
but my doubt remains:

in this case i don't select forced film in dvd2avi,
than how i have to encode in tmpgenc with KVCDx3?
23.976 or 29.97 when no forced film in dvd2avi?

If the source is 29.97 interlaced, then you must encode at 29.97 and deinterlace if your target is (K)VCD. If your target is SVCD(or SKVCD), then you don't need to deinterlace, and just encode at 29.97 :wink:

-kwag

jorel 02-09-2003 11:47 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by kwag
Quote:

Originally Posted by jorel
:?
but my doubt remains:

in this case i don't select forced film in dvd2avi,
than how i have to encode in tmpgenc with KVCDx3?
23.976 or 29.97 when no forced film in dvd2avi?

If the source is 29.97 interlaced, then you must encode at 29.97 and deinterlace if your target is (K)VCD. If your target is SVCD(or SKVCD), then you don't need to deinterlace, and just encode at 29.97 :wink:

-kwag

:D :D :D :D :D :D
thank you very much Kwag,(again and again)
i was waiting this answer to "clear" me for
looooooooonnnng time!

8)

muaddib 02-09-2003 02:53 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by kwag
Quote:

Originally Posted by jorel
:?
but my doubt remains:

in this case i don't select forced film in dvd2avi,
than how i have to encode in tmpgenc with KVCDx3?
23.976 or 29.97 when no forced film in dvd2avi?

If the source is 29.97 interlaced, then you must encode at 29.97 and deinterlace if your target is (K)VCD. If your target is SVCD(or SKVCD), then you don't need to deinterlace, and just encode at 29.97 :wink:

-kwag

Kwag always shoots right on target! :wink:
Let me just say one thing... I know that you have a CCE DVD player, so you are making KSVCDs, but with a source that you have to encode at 29.97fps (like the one you talked about), I think you can encode at MPEG1 and it will work fine with your player in any resolution). Just give it a try, and tell me your results.

jorel 02-09-2003 03:27 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by muaddib
Quote:

Originally Posted by kwag
Quote:

Originally Posted by jorel
:?
but my doubt remains:

in this case i don't select forced film in dvd2avi,
than how i have to encode in tmpgenc with KVCDx3?
23.976 or 29.97 when no forced film in dvd2avi?

If the source is 29.97 interlaced, then you must encode at 29.97 and deinterlace if your target is (K)VCD. If your target is SVCD(or SKVCD), then you don't need to deinterlace, and just encode at 29.97 :wink:

-kwag

Kwag always shoots right on target! :wink:
Let me just say one thing... I know that you have a CCE DVD player, so you are making KSVCDs, but with a source that you have to encode at 29.97fps (like the one you talked about), I think you can encode at MPEG1 and it will work fine with your player in any resolution). Just give it a try, and tell me your results.

8O
thank you muaddib. :D
i was waiting for you for 2 days my friend!
everything is fine?
thanks for your observation about my player,i follow you too!
i tell you all the results! :D :D :D


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