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  1. I'm done. Bye all!

    1. Mr. Kimiko
    2. LS77


      @Mr. Kimiko argument with/deal backed out on by DawnShadow apparently

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    Null - no longer need help
  3. TheLastOfUs

    How can I fix this?

    yup. I use AviSynth+
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    How can I fix this?

    Glad to know it's not just me not being able to find the info on them. Seems like AviSynth documentation for a lot of external filters is closed source to encoders. Hopefully it can become more open to thrive knowledge wise. I'll def be asking here more often.
  5. TheLastOfUs

    How can I fix this?

    I think the hardest part for me with AviSynth..and part of the reason I don't like it though I find it a necessary evil....is the fact that filters haven't really been documented. Or like their effect really isn't understood to me when I read their manual pages. Things like "controls threshold" it's like uhh yeah. Sure. I have to apply them..keep messing with every variable...to a point of insanity... Maybe I'm just doing it wrong but wonder if there's a better way than experimenting with variables over and over? The current way I kind of try to grasp how elements of a filter are related...and then adjust like that. But too many filters..too little time lol
  6. TheLastOfUs

    How can I fix this?

    That's really good! Lemme know what magic you used
  7. TheLastOfUs

    How can I fix this?

    The whole lot..I'm mentally so finished I have no idea where to even start with this crappy source. 4 Hours of 1 HErcules episode drained me. I was thinking DeDot or Guavacrawl for the rainbows/mosquito crap. That right there is some niceeeeeeeeeeeeee pixelation fixing
  8. TheLastOfUs

    How can I fix this?

    Any ideas folks? This is the uncompressed DVD source.
  9. TheLastOfUs

    Anton Yelchin Dead

    God damn...just saw Green Room a few months ago. Was always a fan of his work. Sad to hear all about this http://www.tmz.com/2016/06/19/star-trek-anton-yelchin-dead/
  10. TheLastOfUs

    Anamorphic Question

    Thank you for this knowledgeable explanation. I understand that 11% now....no one on other forums took the time to really explain it like this. You really hit the nail on the head with the FLAC > AAC example. Thanks.
  11. TheLastOfUs

    Anamorphic Question

    I was aware of live-action film conversions..not sure about cartoons TBH. So you're saying that the image on a 720x480 frame has more picture on the sides or just perhaps more color information or something being stored on that frame? Because the way I see it is pretend a scene has a SET boundary. A table on the left, and right..like Little Mermaid or something..if you just stretch it to a 720 width...it doesn't "add" more detail to the sides/scenery does it? That's how I'm thinking there's no difference in a nonsquare image of that "stretched" image...
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    Anamorphic Question

    Say I make a TV show in the 90s and its output frame was 640x480 for the production masters...by putting it onto a 720x480 framed NTSC DVD...does it give it "extra data still? So is the DVD image with anamorphic flags that make something 640X480 (assume the screen is this size too) different than the 640x480 produced from simply downsizing it back from 5/4 to 4/3?
  13. TheLastOfUs

    Anamorphic Question

    That 11% I don't understand. You wouldn't lose 11% taking an image that's 640x480 on a 720x480 frame and making it nonsquare....It's the same image isn't it?
  14. TheLastOfUs

    Capcom Reveals 'Resident Evil 7' and a trailer

    Go telll aunt roadyyyy that everybodyyyss Deadddddddddddddddd *fell asleep*
  15. TheLastOfUs

    Anamorphic Question

    And when I kept asking them how they justify a 11% loss just because it's squashed onto a 720x480 frame..they kept insisting I was being ridiculous/asking ridiculous questions. You can't create detail by squishing something onto a smaller frame any more than you can blowing it up onto a larger HD frame size. So ridiculous.