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08-04-2003, 01:16 PM
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Hi all!

I'm pretty new to this VCD stuff, and so this might sound a very basic question...

I know i can resize/crop the image on the VCD script, so it will be cropped when displayed on screen, but i would like to know how can i just RESIZE the image so it will be displayed on a "small square window" inside the TV screen, with black borders around, but WITHOUT being croped or loosing parts of the top, botton and side image. Just like if i used the 50% view style on a full screen Windows Media Player. Got the idea???

I have some pretty bad quality mpegs that look horribly when displayed full screen on the TV, but if i could manage them to be resized to like 50% of TV screen size, they would look sharper.

A friend of mine managed to do exaclty this a few weeks back, with a cartoon DVD rip, but he did it accidentally, and have no idea how to reproduce it!!

Is it possible to do it?? Can someone please tell me how??

thanks a lot for any help!!!!

mabhz
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08-04-2003, 01:58 PM
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You can do that with any resizer method and the AddBorders command;

example:
Code:
c = ColorBars(480, 480)
BilinearResize(c, 240, 240)
AddBorders(120, 120, 120, 120)
refer to the Avisynth manual
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08-05-2003, 09:01 AM
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hi!

thanks a lot for your reply!


i thought so, but my friend who actually did this by accident told me (i'm absolutely illiterate concerning this subject!) if i did this, i would CROP the image, and actually remove parts of the top, bottom and side of the film.

anyway, thank you very much for your help!!

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