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03-20-2004, 08:26 AM
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Hola: Alguien podrá explicarme las diferencias, ventajas y desventajas de estas formas de obtener una resolución final determinada con el moviestacker.
Se debe elegir la forma de hacer resize que nos muestre el menor error en el item aspect ratio?
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03-20-2004, 10:17 AM
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Hola Prodater64,

Si la pelicula es "Full Screen", usa resize.
Si la pelicula es "Wide Screen", entonces usas overlap.

Edit: Aqui tienes un post por muaddib, el autor de MovieStacke (en ingles, ya que fue en el foro de ingles) :

"Posted: Tue Apr 29, 2003 3:33 pm Post subject:
NO OVERSCAN:
- Keep the same "visual" film size of the source.
- Encode with no borders.
- Loose bitrate encoding film pixels in the side borders that you will not see in most TVs.

OVERSCAN RESIZE:
- Have smaller height then the source.
- Encode with borders.
- Gain bitrate because of the added black borders that you will not see in most TVs.

OVERSCAN OVERLAP:
- Keep the same "visual" film size of the source.
- Encode with borders.
- Gain bitrate because of the added black borders that you will not see in most TVs. "


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03-21-2004, 01:29 PM
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Kwag no entiendo la diferenciacion qe aces entre wide screen y full screen?

Tengo claro qe si se usa overlap se pierde informacion de la imagen (si es full screen, vertical y horizontal y si es wide screen tan solo horizontal)

Si se usa resize el aspecto sigue siendo el mismo no ? Solo qe redimensiona el tamaño de la zona con video para hacer sitio a las bandas negras.

Entonces por qe uno para un cosa y otro para otra ? Yo uso overscan cuando esa informacion de los bordes no me merece la pena, sea wide screen o full screen

SALUDOS y GRACIAS por aclarar mi duda
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