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Old 14th November 2019, 22:39   #21  |  Link
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Originally Posted by Mistaken_Idol View Post
I know this is a very old thread. It may still apply, as it did to me a couple of months ago.
Why didn't you use Didée's method (he's a genius), but with the new AvisynthPlus with 64-bit plugins?
VirtualDub is a very old tool.
I hope that you used a newer codec, like H264/H265 (x264 seems better for encoding to lossless video).

Also, you seem to care a lot about video-quality, you even set the encode to lossless, so you should rather get the Blu-ray version of this movie.

EDIT: Oh, I see that there's a new version out now, VirtualDub2.

Last edited by Forteen88; 21st November 2019 at 15:00.
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combine two dvds

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