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11-07-2003, 10:56 AM
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Can someone tell me how to resize a avi? The current size is 576*240, and i want to make it 480*480.
Can i change something in the avs script to do this or do i have to do it with some other program?
Please let me know.
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Use FitCD or Moviestacker (If using AVS 2.5 you can ignore the error message refering to AVS vers. detection when starting Moviestacker)
- Import your AVI as source
- determine below the final size (VCD/XVCD/SVCD/ half DVD etc.)
- check for example "use GripFit"
- copy the Grip... Lines in the Avisynth window below to your existing Avisynth script - safe it as *.avs

do a preview of the xxx.avs in for example Vdub and you see what comes out. If you don't see a correct picture content, be shure you have the correct and needed codec installed to your system!

And look here in the Moviestacker Thread for some Explanations/Guide

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11-07-2003, 11:31 AM
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When i play the avs file everything looks ok, but when tmpgenc starts enconding it falls back to its old size.
What to do next?
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in TmpgEnc settings use "center" !
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11-07-2003, 11:59 AM
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But i use tok and all the programs run by itself, when or how can i change the tmpgenc settings?
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Ahhh now I can imagine, ... you mean the Preview in TmpgEnc???
If that's your problem ... thats why you set a small or special preview size in TmpgEnc... look at the preview settings, there you can determine the preview size.

I hope that fixes your "problem"
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