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04-05-2003, 08:39 AM
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Hi there!
Ok, I am really new to the kvcd stuff and currently trying to bring Matrix on 2 CDs.
I read all the guides outta there, and most of the important threads here and at doom9.
The Movie is in PAL 25 FPS 16:9 but interlaced.
I'm using the following script, which gives me a decent but not really astonishing quality. The real problem is: The movie is playing too slow...
I set TMPG to encode at 25 FPS because my input was 25 FPS but this didnt help. My template is the kvcd3.
Any suggestions on what to do would be really appreciated

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04-05-2003, 09:28 AM
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I'm using the following script,
What script is that? And have you tried downloading the compatibility image?
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04-05-2003, 10:05 AM
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Hi ego,

The Matrix is a very dark movie, and goes perfectly well on one CD with KVCDx3. Try the "latest scripts"

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04-05-2003, 11:04 AM
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My real problem is the speed when viewing the movie with WinDVD. It plays too slow, even if the output fps = input fps....it would really help, if someone could post what options I should turn on/off in TMPG I was playing around with that, but nothing worked...
My script is the following:
Code:
LoadPlugin("C:\Filters\Mpeg2Dec.dll") 
LoadPlugin("C:\Filters\GripFit_preview.dll") 
#LoadPlugin("C:\Filters\BlockBuster.dll") 
LoadPlugin("C:\Filters\DustV5.dll") 
LoadPlugin("C:\Filters\LegalClip.dll") 
LoadPlugin("C:\Filters\Sampler.dll") 
LoadPlugin("C:\Filters\DecombLegacy.dll")
LoadPlugin("C:\Filters\STMedianFilter.dll")
LoadPlugin("C:\Filters\UnFilter.dll")
LoadPlugin("C:\Filters\TemporalCleanerOld.dll")


Mpeg2Source("C:\Ripping\MATRIX_VTS_02_PGC1\matrix.d2v")
Telecide() 
Decimate() 
LegalClip() 

GripCrop(528, 576, overscan=2, source_anamorphic=false)
GripSize(resizer="BicubicResize") 
TemporalSmoother(radius=2, strength=2) 
SpaceDust() 
TemporalCleaner(ythresh=0, cthresh=10) 
Unfilter(7,7) 
STMedianFilter(7,15,4,7,7,15) 
mergechroma(blur( 1.58 )) 
mergeluma(blur(0.1)) 
LegalClip()


#Sampler10percent(length=24)
Sampler(length=24)



Function Sampler10percent(clip c, int "length") 
{ 

# This formula should maintain the 10% of sample size regardless of the length parameter. 
# The length parameter should be reduced to get a better snapshot of samples 
# (e.g. 12 would give 12 frame samples from each area of the movie and cover more scene 
# detection). 

length=default(length, 24) 

movielength=(framecount(c) / framerate(c)) / 60 

samples = movielength * length / 10 

length2= round(samples / 10) 

oldfps=c.framerate 

return c.AssumeFPS((oldfps/24) * (length2 * 10)). 
\Sampler(length=length2). 
\AssumeFPS(oldfps) 
}
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04-06-2003, 10:55 AM
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WinDVD has an option to speed up or slow down the playback speed
Make sure you have the speed set to 1X and try playing your file with WMP.
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04-06-2003, 11:24 AM
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My real problem is the speed when viewing the movie with WinDVD
WinDVD doesn't play VBR MPEG-1 correctly. Use WMP for preview.

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04-06-2003, 12:06 PM
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I encoded this wth CQ mpeg2...Is that the problem?
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04-06-2003, 12:52 PM
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I encoded this wth CQ mpeg2...Is that the problem?
Not at all! If it's MPEG-2, then it should play correctly in WinDVD.

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04-06-2003, 03:13 PM
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i think my problem lies in the pal 25 fps interlace thing, but i cant figure out what im doin wrong...
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04-11-2003, 11:40 AM
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Hi

Im also trying to encode the matrix onto kvcd. Am i right in thinking that the audio and video files should be the exact same length in seconds before you mux them?

atm video.mpv is 2:21.34
audio.mp2 is 2:21:19
and muxed together is 2:21:31 (audio drifts out of sync to as much as 15 seconds infront of the video near the end of the movie)

although the actual dvd movie running time is 2:10.37
So needless to say im a little confused about the different lengths etc.
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