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Old 21st February 2010, 13:22   #21  |  Link
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Actually, you might be better off with:

Code:
lanczosresize(704,352) # 704 is also a valid width for DVD video
addborders(0,64,0,64)
That way you're not resizing vertically so you keep a little bit more detail.

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Old 21st February 2010, 15:17   #22  |  Link
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Thanks David, and yes Im encoding for a 4:3 TV.

If I were to encode for a widescreen TV, how will the script change? I want to be prepared in the future just in case.
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As it seems you're in ntsc land, simply change the two lines in the avsi:
Code:
...
function dvd(clip dvdin,string "far",string "std",float "care",bool "hq",bool "nab")
{

std=default(std,"ntsc")
...
Like that, you will just need in your script:
Code:
source
dvd("4/3")
or
Code:
source
dvd("16/9")
NOTHING ELSE
ALL ALWAYS AUTOMATICALY DONE

It is the goal of my function...
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If I were to encode for a widescreen TV, how will the script change? I want to be prepared in the future just in case.
Just remember that anamorphic widescreen is 1.333x vertically stretched, so you'd resize to either to 704 by 352*1.33~=469, or (more simply) straight to the full 720,480 with no borders.

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Old 2nd April 2011, 18:09   #25  |  Link
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anamorphic pal resizing

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Just remember that anamorphic widescreen is 1.333x vertically stretched, so you'd resize to either to 704 by 352*1.33~=469, or (more simply) straight to the full 720,480 with no borders.

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Now I got into a problem, my avi source is akwardly 704x288 PAL and Im trying to size and encode to a wide screen PAL. But Im not sure if my script is correct, can you check it for me, which produces a 704,432 size. Then I will flag it as 16:9 using CCE to make it widescreen. Right?

LanczosResize(704,336)
AddBorders(0,48,0,48)
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