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i'm getting a lot of these warnings now- what does it mean?

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05-18-2004, 08:56 PM
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Hi Ren,

What are you using to encode MencodeME or PackShot
What is your target resolution
What is your source
What settings are you using
Using an .avs, or encoding from VOB
Too many questions

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05-18-2004, 09:49 PM
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hey kwag,

I'm using MencodeME with dvd source and target kvcd (352x240) via avisynth. The avs is simple- just resizing, deinterlace and limiter. At this point I'm thinkin' it might be related to limiter() but I really don't know what 'dct coefficient' means

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05-18-2004, 10:20 PM
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hey kwag,

I'm using MencodeME with dvd source and target kvcd (352x240) via avisynth. The avs is simple- just resizing, deinterlace and limiter. At this point I'm thinkin' it might be related to limiter() but I really don't know what 'dct coefficient' means

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ren
Hi Ren,

Try a direct encode from your VOB, and see if you get the same results.

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I think by 352x240 he automatically uses mpeg1 or not??
And didnt we had much issues according to mpeg1?

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05-19-2004, 09:08 AM
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ren wrote:
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hey kwag,

I'm using MencodeME with dvd source and target kvcd (352x240) via avisynth. The avs is simple- just resizing, deinterlace and limiter. At this point I'm thinkin' it might be related to limiter() but I really don't know what 'dct coefficient' means

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@ren,

I Changed to mpeg-2 as output file with resolution 704X480 (kvcd3x) and
dtc errors went away. My source is still .d2v with fakeavis as .avi and
all works well. Try Kwag's temp.conf settings and the target file size
is perfect. The picture quality is outstanding!! During fast action secnes
near the end of the movie seems to be very blocky and gibbs effects.
I'm only using 1 pass and still experimenting with 2 pass to get a logfile
to correct this in the second pass.

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05-22-2004, 12:03 PM
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Funny enough I was getting those after packshot & it's bat file. I changed
vrc_eq=tex to vhq=1, and they went away.

* I thought they were the same thing - that's how mencoder's manual reads to me.. *
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