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03-20-2004, 06:33 PM
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very nice DVD2AVI project reader by Coffee-Guy!

some details posted :
"The program is simple. Once running, open a DVD2AVI project file and it lists the frame numbers (at either 29.97 fps or 23.976 fps) where the telecine pattern "breaks". If you want the same output as PARSED2V (not just a summary of the breaks), hit the "PARSED2V" button and save the file where you want. This file lists frame numbers at 29.97 fps without any other option (just like Neuron2's program)."

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http://forum.doom9.org/showthread.ph...threadid=72947

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Hi Jorel,

I've been playing with "parseD2V" to predict whether a movie should
be Force Film or Video when using DVD2AVI. Neutron has a small
program that gives percentages of [Pattern Break] vs no change.
I want to create a program to analize the log file from parseD2V for
automating DVD2AVI force film. I'm sure D2S is using this. I found
DVD Decrypter has command line parms to automatically rip, eject
the DVD and close. If I can figure out how to automate CQMatic and
CalcMatic, I believe I'll have a very simple DVD to KVCD automated
process.


-BP
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03-23-2004, 03:40 PM
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it's amazing BP,

please, do it..... i can't wait !

i ever have doubts when use or not use forced film.
your idea have the weight of gold for me.
go ahead my friend!
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03-23-2004, 10:15 PM
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@jorel,

Check this link out:

http://dark.pluridis.org/~darkangel/D2vAnalyze.zip

Let me know what you think

-BP
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BP,
the prog give me the advertence:

Project 1
"the language DLL 'VB6FR.DLL' could not be found.

is French dll?
what i need in my system?


please,please.....
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03-24-2004, 10:55 AM
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Jorel,

That appears to be a Visual Basic dll and I not sure where to get it.
I'm using parseD2V program in a batch file which pipes the d2v
results to a log file. Each frame noted has either the phrase
[break pattern] or nothing. I count the lines with no [break pattern]
and divide this by the total number of frames in the movie. For
example, (no [break pattern] / total frames) * 100 = if 95%+ use
force film, else use interlace. This method works for most movies,
but this is not 100% and that's why D2S sometimes gets it wrong.

Here's my batch file:

Quote:
echo off
ParseD2V "movie.d2v" > test.log
If someone can write a small program to calculate the percent from
the log file it can be tested in a batch file and execute DVD2AVI command
line to run with force film or without. This would take care of how to
automate this. I'm using Autoit v3 to do this and it's very crude. I'd
rather have a batch file do this. I'm trying to do most of the automation
with batch files. The most challenging is CQMatic and CalcMatic. If
I can figure them out, then the rest is easy. Even the burn can be
automated with BURNOUT which uses cdrdao. Tell me what you think
about this plan

-BP
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BP and all

found the VB6FR.DLL here :

http://www.dll-files.com/dllindex/dll-files.shtml?vb6fr

if someone need, just download (free)
unzip to extract the file to
your windows\system directory.

now D2V Analyzer is working!


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BP,
my first test (i think that don't need more tests) and results using:
Checked NTSC
movie percent (%) 10.....(default)

FILM percent : 99,99
VIDEO percent : 0,01

Frames : 12304
FPS : 23,976 (NTSC)

Percent of Combed Motion (%) : 0,9
Percent of Patern Telecined (%) : 1,48
Percent of Patern Interlaced (%) : 0,52
Percent of Patern Progressive (%) : 98


cool!

how copy the results to clipboard?

ps: was used .d2v using forced film only for this test!
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03-24-2004, 03:19 PM
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jorel,

Great!! Instead of a clipboard, D2V_Analyzer can create a log file
with these results and read by a batch program which decides
to use dvd2avi with or without force film. D2S has a version of
dvd2avi command line with parms to change force film on or off.
I'm slowly trying to automate the manual process. If Kwag could
take a look at D2V_Analyser and create this small automated
program, this would be great I know we use CQMatic and
CalcMatic to predict file size and encode video via Tmpgenc,
but I was just wondering about Tmpgenc file prediction ability.
I used Tmpgenc's wizard for NTSCFilm with CBR and file size
was accurate almost every time. Will quality suffer with CBR vs
CQ????? If not, this would make file size alot more easy and
accurate. Also, this would make automation a breeze

-BP
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jorel,

Great!! Instead of a clipboard, D2V_Analyzer can create a log file
with these results and read by a batch program which decides
to use dvd2avi with or without force film. D2S has a version of
dvd2avi command line with parms to change force film on or off.
I'm slowly trying to automate the manual process. If Kwag could
take a look at D2V_Analyser and create this small automated
program, this would be great I know we use CQMatic and
CalcMatic to predict file size and encode video via Tmpgenc,
but I was just wondering about Tmpgenc file prediction ability.
I used Tmpgenc's wizard for NTSCFilm with CBR and file size
was accurate almost every time. Will quality suffer with CBR vs
CQ????? If not, this would make file size alot more easy and
accurate. Also, this would make automation a breeze

-BP
yes BP,
the idea is very cool


@ Kwag:
please, test D2V_Analyser too!
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03-24-2004, 03:48 PM
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Quote:
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@ Kwag:
please, test D2V_Analyser too!
Thanks jorel, but I just press "F5" on DVD2AVI, and after a minute or so, I know if it's FILM, NTSC or Hybrid

-kwag
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03-24-2004, 07:54 PM
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@Kwag,

Kwag wrote:
Quote:
Thanks jorel, but I just press "F5" on DVD2AVI, and after a minute or so, I know if it's FILM, NTSC or Hybrid

-kwag
To automate KVCD, it would be nice to have this for batch program.
SweetHead, as you recall, was born when Headac3he we discovered
to have batch commandline parms. But the greatest request would be
CQMatic and CalcMatic with command line parms. I'm trying to use
Autoit v3 and it's a bear My goal is to automate DVD to KVCD
manual process (aka DVD2KVCD). And it seems possible, but will
take time and of course I need help

-BP
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