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newlife 11-15-2003 01:54 PM

Why is my picture narrow as compared to my screen?
 
I have just started to use KVCD-CQ-352x240_NTSCFILM_-Plus and a few other templates with an .avi.

The avi image properties: 640x416

I'm not sure what other info is needed...but this is a start.

Anyway...the encoded film ends up being narrower than the screen after encoding with KVCD. I didn't have this problem with this same .avi with built in templates. What have I don wrong?

Also...since the audio is not being encoded with the video with the kvcd templates...I assume that I extract the audio using vdub and add that file to the audio file...am I correct?

Edlund 11-16-2003 01:18 PM

When you watch the avi the picture is narrower than the screen, right? So, your goal must be the picture to be narrower also in the output. You have reached your goal :wink:

newlife 11-16-2003 07:57 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Edlund
When you watch the avi the picture is narrower than the screen, right? So, your goal must be the picture to be narrower also in the output. You have reached your goal :wink:


No...the avi is fine. The bnarrowing of the picture occurs after I encode with a kvcd template

Dialhot 11-17-2003 05:05 AM

As always, we can't tell you anything without seeing the script used !

Abond 11-17-2003 11:59 AM

@newlife
If you see it narrowed in TMPG window change Video Arange Method to something different and again and again until it looks OK.

Dialhot 11-17-2003 12:18 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Abond
@newlife
If you see it narrowed in TMPG window change Video Arange Method to something different and again and again until it looks OK.

Normally (that means "if the script is correct") there is nothing to change in tmpgenc : center (the default mode) is the correct one to use. If you correct a A/R ratio by tmpgenc setting taht means that your script is wrong ! And you should never do that as it also means that you ask to tmpgenc to handle the resizing. Avisynth is FAR better in this.

Abond 11-17-2003 12:38 PM

Hmm, well, Dialhot, look please once again the first post of newlife and say what you think: Is he using at all a script? :mrgreen:

Dialhot 11-17-2003 01:19 PM

That's the question I ask two post ago and still waiting the answer. But if he doesn't, you're right :)


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