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Old 10 Feb 2003, 12:55 AM   #1
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Hi there.

I am doing a favour for a friend...ripping an Animi (or something like that) DVD

had a few problems, like the video lasted less than the audio etc.... but that is now nearly sorted out.


everything is great, but there are some interlacing lines in the video on some scenes, when i am viewing it in GK to make a project file for a 2pass encoding method in nandub.

What I want to know is that, how do I get rid of these lines (using de-interlacer of course) but how do I do it? In nandub? in GK? what? and how can I be sure that it will be near enough good instead of my having to do a 8-10 hour encoding process and in the end, I find out that it's all gone wrong!

Apart from this, some scenes are played jerky and flash too?! what is this and how can I get rid of it?


any help is appreciated.

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Old 10 Feb 2003, 08:19 AM   #2
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What I want to know is that, how do I get rid of these lines (using de-interlacer of course) but how do I do it? In nandub? in GK? what? and how can I be sure that it will be near enough good instead of my having to do a 8-10 hour encoding process and in the end, I find out that it's all gone wrong!
Assuming your DVD source is NTSC, activate Inverse telecine from within GordianKnot. The project file will include the commands for carrying out the process, so you won't have to do any deinterlacing of the sort in nandub or anything else.
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Old 10 Feb 2003, 08:21 AM   #3
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Thank-you

I will try that right away....any thing else I should be aware of?
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Old 10 Feb 2003, 08:26 AM   #4
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Sure.

Inverse Telecine won't work on purely interlaced materials (non-FILM) and in that case, you have to use normal deinterlacers. However, most NTSC movies (that I know of) are originally-FILM and hence can be inverse telecined.
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Old 10 Feb 2003, 08:27 AM   #5
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Great, thank-you very much, guru of animi encoding

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