[MEncoder-users] Re: that Inu Yasha material with dotcrawl
phil at slug.org
Mon Dec 19 04:50:52 CET 2005
Rich Felker wrote:
> On Sat, Dec 17, 2005 at 10:47:37PM -0800, Phil Ehrens wrote:
> > Rich Felker wrote:
> > > On Sat, Dec 17, 2005 at 06:12:08PM -0800, Phil Ehrens wrote:
> > > > Aha, I think I figured it out!
> > > >
> > > > The dvd being ripped had titles at 30 fps, but the anime was of course
> > > > at 24 fps, so the whole thing was probably treated as if it were 30
> > > > fps instead of treating it like the source was 24 fps.
> > >
> > > Eh?
> > I know, I'm coming right out of the blue with this. It's a stupid thing with
> > U.S. dvd's... they glue some 30fps stuff at the front of the main title,
> > and if you really did the wrong thing you could wind up making the whole thing
> > 30 fps and then bring it back to 24 fps afterwards and get all sorts of bad
> > artifacts, depending on just how badly you interlaced/deinterlaced.
> Ummm...yeah. You mean as a separate clip at the beginning of the
> video? Or over top of frames thruout?
A seperate clip at the beginning.
> > Otherwise, how could he have gotten such bad dotcrawl from dvd's that I
> > have ripped without a problem?
> This has absolutely nothing to do with the dotcrawl. If you're sure
> the official R1 DVDs you have are clean, then he got dotcrawl because
> he bought pirated "region 0" discs from some disreputable vendor.
The pirated ones I saw that were TV rips had the dotcrawl bad. The guy
insisted he was ripping legit R1 or R2 discs... But then why did he have
the extreme red bloom?!
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