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05-08-2007, 02:52 AM
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What setting do I use so the avi file is not so large.

I never bothered with it till now. I must say it does an amazing job cleaning up video. 3 eps looks like crap. The others are very watchable. So I dont know if I ll do the rest. These 3 are just terrible. I converted the mepg to avi-

Ran it through 6 filters of Virtual dub . The results were amazing.
I then ran it through tmpeg w/ noise reduction filter converted back to mepg.

My question Is there a certain codec to select to make the avi smaller?

I did run into one small problem. My first attempt it didnt turn out so hot. I had to select De interlace filter ( blend fields) . Other wise it looked worse.

LS send me some virtual dub guides
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Deinterlace is not correct, you made a mistake. You need space to work with Vdub and do a good job. I don't have time to make any guides right now. Open file, run a few filters, save as an uncompressed AVI, re-encode to MPEG-2 with MainConcept.

You can also bypass AVI encode step and directly frameserve (AVISynth) to MainConcept. This is good for when space is limited.


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05-09-2007, 01:05 AM
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otay... I ll post before and after pics I know it should have been interlaced. It looked like crap when I kept it interlaced for some reason??? The source is baaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaad . Mark is already doing a 101 restortation projects for me. I was trying to fix these at home lol
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I think you have those backwards.
Why is AFTER so washed out to nothingness?

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05-10-2007, 01:22 AM
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no. not backwards. Just didnt click capture fast enough in powerdvd lol It looks better than that. The before shot is waaaaaaaaaaaaaaaay worse lmao! What a pain in the ass
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Don't use PowerDVD, use VirtualDub and "copy output frame to clipboard" and "copy input frame to clipboard" and cut/paste those into Photoshop and save you JPEG images.


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I did not know that . Learn something new everyday ( Even at my age )
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