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03-01-2003, 10:25 AM
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If I use KVCDx2-CQ-704x576-_PAL_-PLUS template, but my script says,
GripCrop(width=352, height=288, overscan=2)
GripSize(resizer="lanczosresize")
What happens?
Shall I benefit or lose in something or am I just being stupid?
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G'day CheronAph

If you load your script after loading the template you be encoding at 320x256 and if you load the template after the script it will be 704x576 just check what tmpg says at the bottom of the window.

The only difference between using this template with that kind of script will be the min/max bitrates etc.
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you be encoding at 320x256
You mean 352x288 right

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If you resize to 352x288 in your AVS script and then you load the 704x576 template, it's really a bad thing to do, because you first downsize to 352x288 in the AVS and then you upsize to 704x576 on TMPGenc.
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you be encoding at 320x256
You mean 352x288 right

-kwag
Yes this was about 5 mins before bedtime

Too much vitamin B (beer)
Not enough vitamin Z (sleep)
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Too much vitamin B (beer)
Not enough vitamin Z (sleep)
Make sure the multi-vitamin doesn't contain vitamin B-12 (12 beers) or you'll have to take a vitamin Z supplement
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Too much vitamin B (beer)
Not enough vitamin Z (sleep)
Make sure the multi-vitamin doesn't contain vitamin B-12 (12 beers) or you'll have to take a vitamin Z supplement
yes, my friend is a doctor and talk:

in my "laboratory" i study and ever do this tests:
the "recombination" of vitamin B-12 without vitamin Z supplement take
lots of vitamin D .....

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