[MPlayer-users] MENCODER: AuDIO OF SYNC when recording from TV
f.papa at mcmspa.it
Mon Aug 18 09:23:34 CEST 2003
On Monday 11 August 2003 21:45, D Richard Felker III wrote:
...snip (far too long)...
> If you're in PAL land, I would expect that TV shows made on film (such
> as ST:TNG) would come through entirely non-interlaced (2:2 pulldown).
That would probably true. However, the hardware I use to receive the original
signal, a satellite decoder, is far from my computer. Therefore I record it
on tape first, and then use my VCR to feed it into mencoder; could it be this
extra pass to introduce interlacing?
> So if you're getting interlacing on Voyager, it's probably not
> produced on FILM, but rather with normal TV cameras. Then they
> probably do something weird to convert it from NTSC to PAL...
I am too starting to think they made some silly thing converting voyager to
PAL, as they did with DS9: every time there is big movement on the screen,
such as when the entire scene got panned, there are two frames which seems to
be normally interlaced, and then the third one differs more than twice the
other two, creating a bad looking effect, like watching a film without motion
compensation on a pentium 100, or something like that. Deinterlace that, and
the effect gets only much much worse. By now I am keeping it as it is, but it
is bad to watch.
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