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Old 12 Jun 2006, 05:17 AM   #1
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hi..does someone know if theres a method/tool that can be use to convert an w.s avi to f.s , without making a dvd first. tyvm in advance
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Old 12 Jun 2006, 12:04 PM   #2
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crop the sides with virtualdub or avisynth
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Old 22 Jun 2006, 09:06 PM   #3
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Click on this link for conversion with tmpgenc. Scroll down 4 ur issue. Hope this helps.
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Old 23 Jun 2006, 01:21 AM   #4
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The autocrop.dll associated with Avisynth 2.5 doesn't work.

I tried running it automatically thru DVD-Rebuilder and it does not work. No matter how you set it up in Avisynth or DVD-Rebuilder.

If you manually input the AVS script file or d2v file into HC-018 (avi to DVD) encoder it has an option to change to full screen 4:3 before you encode to DVD (m2v) and compress to approximately 4.7gb. (dvd-5)


Also, trying to crop/clip in DGIndex (d2v) before manual input into HC-018 doesn't work either.

The only thing that I have found that works to crop/clip is TMPGEnc Plus and does a great job of that on the m2v file.
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why would you want to crop anything through dvd rebuilder? if you crop the image you'll need to resize, which loses quality and slows processing time. why come to the conclusion autocrop doesn't work just because it doesn't work for YOU? it does work, used it once upon a time, but prefer to crop manually.

you need to do autocrop(mode=0) for actual cropping. mode=1 (which is default) will only let you see how much it will crop


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Autocrop wouldn't work anyway since I assume it is designed for cropping out black borders and you are talking about cropping the picture. Just use crop() and enter whatever values are required to make your video 4:3. I really wouldn't recommend it though. Better to leave it WS.
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Click on this link for conversion with tmpgenc. Scroll down 4 ur issue. Hope this helps.
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thanksa2..iwas hoping thered be a way keeping it avi..but appreciate it..
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thanksa2..iwas hoping thered be a way keeping it avi..but appreciate it..
hi A2, i am trying tmpgenc, and it saying it cant load p3package.dll....what is this..and what do i do?
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FAQ, i wouldn't suggest TMPGEnc for avi creation though...
http://forum.digital-digest.com/showthread.php?t=66782
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FAQ, i wouldn't suggest TMPGEnc for avi creation though...
http://forum.digital-digest.com/showthread.php?t=66782

Hi LT. , as for converting an avi to full screen, what would you suggest, what tool. id sure appreciate some no how. tyvm inadvance.
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if you don't want to convert to dvd, anonymez's suggestion then
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Hi LT. i read annonymous post, and to be honest im not famaliar with the procedure. would you mind walking me through it please. i did try to do it with dr.divx, however the faces were longated. tyvm in advance.
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crop the sides with virtualdub or avisynth
Hi An, any chance you can giveme the how to on croping avis with vdub, ive never done that before, although ive used vdub. tyvm in advance
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open the file in virtualdub, go video-->filters, select null transform, then click OK. then click cropping, and crop to a 4:3 res. when done click OK. go video-->compression, select your codec and set it up, file-->save as avi
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open the file in virtualdub, go video-->filters, select null transform, then click OK. then click cropping, and crop to a 4:3 res. when done click OK. go video-->compression, select your codec and set it up, file-->save as avi
hi an, ok on the filter input cropping, i get x1 off set and y1 offest...what do i do here..theres no 4:3?..tyvm in advance...
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