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K first off I fixed my video so it wasn't squished...

second, my video just finished this morning from TMPG and it was way undersized like 100,000kb less than what had been predicted etc. but in the guide it says that I shouldn't be able to play this final video and yet WMP still plays the video... btw is the file suppose to be an .m1v or an .mpg file, I guess I might have caught that confused when reading the guide?? let me know on that.

lastly, I hate having the credits in a movie so I always like to take them out as well as it allows me to open up some more movie space and audio etc. so is there any way I can cut the pic and audio before I do the encoding so that I can get a bigger file size??


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make sure that the video arrange method under the advanced tab is se to full screen. Hope that helps
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02-12-2003, 08:34 AM
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Quote:
Originally Posted by dionysus
btw is the file suppose to be an .m1v or an .mpg file, I guess I might have caught that confused when reading the guide?? let me know on that.
The final file should be m1v and you need to mux the audio with this file using bbmeg.

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lastly, I hate having the credits in a movie so I always like to take them out as well as it allows me to open up some more movie space and audio etc. so is there any way I can cut the pic and audio before I do the encoding so that I can get a bigger file size??
Use the trim function of avisynth to select your movie range.
e.g.

Code:
plugindir = "D:\Avisynth\"
LoadPlugin(plugindir + "mpeg2dec2.dll") 
LoadPlugin(plugindir + "GripFit_preview.dll") 
LoadPlugin(plugindir + "legalclip.dll") 
LoadPlugin(plugindir + "sampler.dll") 
LoadPlugin(plugindir + "dustv5.dll") 
LoadPlugin(plugindir + "temporalcleanerold.dll") 

Mpeg2Source("C:\DVD\dvd1.d2v") 

Trim(0, 135000)   

LegalClip() 
GripCrop( width=352, height=288, overscan=1 ) 
GripSize() 
SpaceDust()
TemporalCleaner()
GripBorders() 
LegalClip() 
#Sampler(length=24)
The example above selects the movie range from frame 0 to frame 135000 which can be before your end credits. You can check what your end frame should be in VDub.

Your prediction formula should then take into account the new total frames and movie length instead.

For the audio, if you use HeadAC3he, then you can set the start and end frames to match your AVS script.

Hope this helps.
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