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09-18-2005, 09:53 AM
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Ah, I see ...

Latexx
My apologies, the word confused me and I thought he was talking about sansgrip as "late". Never knew "Latexx" is a nickname. It was a chaos of misunderstanding.

Apologies again.
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After all it was all a misunderstanding and it took me too long to write my post

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Calm down supermule :D.
I believe you jumped into conclusions before reading Andrej's post carefully.
Andrej was simply saying that if SansGrip is not around anymore and that since Latexx was the one who moded SansGrip's filter to make it compliant with YV12, then maybe we could try to reach Latexx to see if he can help us on this one ;-) :P.
But something is telling me that you interpreted that in a different way  8).
Besides I would say that Andrej has contributed to the community at least as much as Latexx, not to say "more than".
As to bilu I really lost track of him .
Even after calling Vodafone (his job) they told me he was no longer working with them, but they also told me that they were quite sure that nothing bad had happened to him.
Just one of those things, you know...
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09-18-2005, 10:55 AM
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I couldn't imagine what the outcome would have been, if the name has been "Kotex"
Just kidding
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BTW, I E-Mailed SansGrip several months ago, and I never got a reply. He always used to answer

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09-18-2005, 11:43 AM
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I didn't catch up the "Kotex" joke.
I guess it's because I'm not an English native.
I even looked it at dictionary.com but nothing there too...
But I'm quite sure it has something to do with girls :P.
Or maybe not...

As to your email to Sansgrip, you should remind yourself that you changed your email address a few months ago.
Remember @softronex.com?
I even fell into that same mistake, of sending you an email about HC, to that old email account because I was very much used to it.
Maybe you could send him another email emphasizing that you have a new email account.
Then maybe "he get's it" and he answers you.
Just make sure you mention the "HDTV" word because that's what made him come back to the forum nearly one year ago when he bought one of those TVs .
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I didn't catch up the "Kotex" joke.
I guess it's because I'm not an English native.
I even looked it at dictionary.com but nothing there too...
OT


Just google it
First match: http://www.kotex.com
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But I'm quite sure it has something to do with girls :P.
Or maybe not...
You're right /OT
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As to your email to Sansgrip, you should remind yourself that you changed your email address a few months ago.
Remember @softronex.com?
I even fell into that same mistake, of sending you an email about HC, to that old email account because I was very much used to it.
Maybe you could send him another email emphasizing that you have a new email account.
Then maybe "he get's it" and he answers you.
Just make sure you mention the "HDTV" word because that's what made him come back to the forum nearly one year ago when he bought one of those TVs .
/OT
Cheers
I did send him a message from my E-Mail at kvcd.net account.
I'll try again today.
Last time he was here was when he did some mods to DVDRoba (Is that's what it's called?), and then he dissapeared


EDIT: Just sent him an E-Mail.

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09-18-2005, 01:04 PM
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I got the message removegrain: invalid mode???
You get that if you are not on the latest version 0.9.............so upgrade pls.
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Coming back to the first question, do I need to use a resizer or only crop to convert a PAL DVD to 704*576?
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Coming back to the first question, do I need to use a resizer or only crop to convert a PAL DVD to 704*576?


Any One of them will do, its ur choice.........

Crop will gain you some bitrates which boils to quality but you loose the sides of the video (doesnt matter if you dont have a Digital TV)

Resize will give you full display as on DVD but lesser Q factor.



Well its like after reading the whole Roman history you are asking us, who's Julius Caesar ....just kiddin
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09-19-2005, 03:05 AM
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Coming back to the first question, do I need to use a resizer or only crop to convert a PAL DVD to 704*576?
Answered the 7th of september, on the first page of this thread :
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So your choice is still : do you want to lost pixels (and so use crop) or to keep all pixels (and then use resize).
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09-19-2005, 05:08 AM
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Crop will gain you some bitrates which boils to quality but you loose the sides of the video (doesnt matter if you dont have a Digital TV)
just crop needs more bitrate as the height will be kept as on the original.

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Resize will give you full display as on DVD but lesser Q factor.
The display will not be as on the orig dvd when resizing to 704, cause when "resizing" to 704 the vertical res. of the active area will be less = better Q factor. But a bad choice in case of 2.35 or higher ARs as the active Movie area gets smaller on TV.

We are taking here from 720 to 704.
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Coming back to the first question, do I need to use a resizer or only crop to convert a PAL DVD to 704*576?
Answered the 7th of september, on the first page of this thread :
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So your choice is still : do you want to lost pixels (and so use crop) or to keep all pixels (and then use resize).
Thanks and sorry, it was hard to understand to me.
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The best cropping tool is Vdub with null transform filter applied, and manually finding out film pixel area

-kwag
Personally, I prefer to find out the pixel area in TMPGEnc, simply because I find it easier to see it with the choice of border's color.
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09-19-2005, 10:16 AM
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The best cropping tool is Vdub with null transform filter applied, and manually finding out film pixel area

-kwag
Personally, I prefer to find out the pixel area in TMPGEnc, simply because I find it easier to see it with the choice of border's color.
That's very valid too GFR

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