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Old 4th January 2009, 21:31   #1  |  Link
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First time using avisynth, need advice

I have about 24 min of DV PAL (interlaced, BFF) footage that I want to convert to xvid. For a target size, I would be happy with about 200 mb.

Ok, so first I believe I want to deinterlace, because I want to end up with progressive 25 fps. What is a good deinterlacer for this purpose? IMO, this footage shouldn't be too hard to deinterlace since the camera remains static all the time and movement is fairly limited.

I may also want to do some mild denoising, as DV is quite noisy, especially in dark areas and I think denoising makes compression easier. What denoising filters do you recommend?

As for aspect ratio, the resolution is standard PAL (720x576) and DAR is 16/9. I guess the best solution for this is to resize to 720x405?

This is how my script looks thus far:
Code:
Load_Stdcall_plugin("yadif.dll")
AVISource("C:\Casbah.avi")
Yadif(clip, int "0", int "0")
FastBicubicResize(720,405)
This is my first time using avisynth and I don't know where to go from here... I appreciate any help.

Oh, and here's a sample.
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