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03-18-2004, 07:13 AM
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I would want to know like making in order to know if a dvd it is interlaced or progressive?

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hy zagor !

the dvd is ripped in hd?
if don't ,do it!
load the vobs(ripped)in dvd2avi,

MOVE TO A FST MOVING SCENE USING DVD2AVIs slider below and watch if its interlaced (combing) or not! If its combed = 29.976 NTSC Interlaced, if its not combed = 23.976 NTSC Progressive and that means check "Force film" in DVD2AVI.

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now is ok!
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03-18-2004, 07:22 AM
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As told, do not only take notice of the statistics window:

MOVE TO A FST MOVING SCENE USING DVD2AVIs slider below and watch if its interlaced (combing) or not! If its combed = 29.976 NTSC Interlaced, if its not combed = 23.976 NTSC Progressive and that means check "Force film" in DVD2AVI.
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03-18-2004, 07:25 AM
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Quote:
Originally Posted by jorel
load the vobs(ripped)in dvd2avi176, press "F5" and see the "statistics window" for few minutes!
you will get the information!
NO !!!
Jorel you know that what is said by DVD2AVI can't be trusted ! You have actually this problem in this thread :

http://www.kvcd.net/forum/viewtopic.php?t=9122&start=32

The only tool to know if a DVD is interlaced or not are YOUR EYES.

You open the vobs in DVD2AVI, you drag the cursor and you watch if you see any comb effects.

Edit: you beat min Inc
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03-18-2004, 07:42 AM
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was my poor english friends!
i wrote:
"..press "F5" and see the "statistics window" for few minutes."
but will be:
see the image and details for few minutes!!

inc wrote:
"As told, do not only take notice of the statistics window: "
right inc ,i remember!

Phil wrote:
"Jorel you know that what is said by DVD2AVI can't be trusted ! You have actually this problem in this thread :"
yes Phil, i really had this problems.

sorry everybody for my incomplete and unclear information!

zagor, this is the right way:
"MOVE TO A FST MOVING SCENE USING DVD2AVIs slider below and watch if its interlaced (combing) or not! If its combed = 29.976 NTSC Interlaced, if its not combed = 23.976 NTSC Progressive and that means check "Force film" in DVD2AVI.
thanks inc & Phil!
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03-18-2004, 07:44 AM
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I have understood.
Yesterday, I have tried 2 dvd (pal) and dvd2avi he brought back that they were interlaced.
as dialhot said in an other post that 90% of the dvd are progressive, has come to me a doubt.
This evening I will try to house in order to see if they are interlaced or not.
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MOVE TO A FST MOVING SCENE USING DVD2AVIs slider below and watch if its interlaced (combing) or not! If its combed = 29.976 NTSC Interlaced, if its not combed = 23.976 NTSC Progressive and that means check "Force film" in DVD2AVI.
My dvd is Pal!
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03-18-2004, 07:59 AM
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Ias dialhot said in an other post that 90% of the dvd are progressive, has come to me a doubt.
The fact is simple :

- a movie is shot in 24 im/s and when the producers make the master for doing a DVD they just speed up the framerate to 25 im/s. In NTSC zone they use 23.976 progressive and set the pulldown flag on because a standalone request a DVD to be in 29.970 interlaced.
(23.976p is called MOVIE mode, 29.970i is called VIDEO mode)

- a documentary or a TV show is already shot in 25 im/s interlaced so the DVD will also be in 25i.

doing a 25 interlaced video from a 24 im/s movie claims for more work for the producers.

Work = time = money = THEY (almost) NEVER DO THAT.

That's why I told that 90% of the DVD are progressive.
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03-18-2004, 08:16 AM
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this thread deserve a Sticky, is a good and fast tutorial
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