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  1. Tubi tv-Has anyone heard of it or tried it?

    I've downloaded both Conan the Adventurer and G.I. Joe Sigma Six from Tubi. Unfortunately, I did it the hard way before I knew about youtube-dl. I looked at the network stream, identified the file fragment naming conventions, and then used a free download manager to copy and paste all of my manually-created URL's. No dependencies or anything else of the sort was needed.
  2. Dragon Ball Z remaster Project

    Do these DBZ projects ever actually finish? I've never seen it done.
  3. Batman anime

    I feel like it has some promise, but all we’ve seen is the trailer. Why they feel compelled to make these cel-shaded shows is beyond me. The style rarely works and it just feels lazy to me.
  4. Always use mpeg2source as your frame server in AVISynth. If you use anything else you WILL get out of sequence frames every so often. Anyway, here’s your idea: SeparateFields() evn=SelectEven().Dup(threshold=8, maxcopies=1, blend=true, show=false) odd=SelectOdd().Dup(threshold=8, maxcopies=1, blend=true, show=false) interleave(evn,odd) Weave() lower the the Dup factor if you find you’re missing very small movements. You’ll get less effective dot crawl removal though. Full disclosure: this code is lifted from a videohelp post that I remembered reading.
  5. Just get the IVTC right, please. So many streaming services seem to really bork up that crucial part.
  6. I see what you mean. This seems to be very very common on PAL DVD's There's never any offsetting to the rest of the image. I think it's similar to closed captioning information on NTSC video. It's a non-issue.
  7. The solution is to only use PAL if you have to. Almost everything (except BBC stuff) originates in NTSC so when you deal with PAL you're dealing with material that has already been converted. Sometimes it's converted badly. Post some pictures of what you see. Or even better post a small clip extracted from dgindex (i.e. material you haven't encoded yet).
  8. NeoGAF is NeoDEAD

    Owner is accused of sexual harrassment. Apparently there were a couple of situations, but they were all swept under the rug. In the current climate he's been outed and there was a mass exodus of moderators and users shitposting in order to get their accounts permabanned. Many users banned in the past for tiny infractions are celebrating the fall of probably the largest video game-centric forum on the net. I was a member and stayed out of the politics stuff as it seemed like any straying into those topics (and not having the "correct" outlook) would cause trouble. It was a good place for actually talking about games though.
  9. Recompressed with mpeg2? You’re killing the quality. What a shame.
  10. Deinterlace anime avisynth...

    For the Total Drama episode this is the best solutiion, I think: assumetff() QTGMC(preset="slower",sourcematch=3,lossless=2,tr2=0,edimode="nnedi3") srestore(frate=23.976,speed=-1, cache=10) Not much you can do regarding the ghost lines. It's a bad PAL transfer.
  11. anyone else not see the appeal of steven universe

    I know nothing about the show other than the story of the troll drawing all of the characters as white caucasians and the resulting enraged fans. It makes me not want to watch it.
  12. Can you elaborate on what you mean by 384p? DVD's only hold 720x480 NTSC and 720x576 PAL.
  13. Deinterlace anime avisynth...

    True. It MAY be able to choose a better sequence of frames compared to simply taking the top field of every frame. I can see it going that way, but it's a bad situation no matter what and really comes down to personal preference.
  14. Deinterlace anime avisynth...

    Yes, I'm talking about the 29.97—> 25 case. Animeivtc(mode=2) is srestore, but it's parameters are chosen for you. The entire point of srestore is to be a deblender for norm conversions. If you cannot ever return to a progressive clip (like in the case of a telecined 29.97 -> 25 PAL DVD) then srestore is useless. Every field in the PAL DVD is going to be a blend of fields from the NTSC source. My solution in that case would be to deinterlace with QTGMC and use fpsdivisor=2. That's the best you can do by eliminating the interlacing artifacts, but the blends cannot be removed.