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Forum: Avisynth Usage 21st February 2010, 16:41
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Posted By wonkey_monkey
Just remember that anamorphic widescreen is...

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.

David
Forum: Avisynth Usage 21st February 2010, 13:22
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Posted By wonkey_monkey
Actually, you might be better off with: ...

Actually, you might be better off with:


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...
Forum: Avisynth Usage 20th February 2010, 20:55
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Posted By wonkey_monkey
The four parameters after the target size on the...

The four parameters after the target size on the lanzcosresize line would crop the video, but obviously with those numbers it'll just keep the same size. The script as posted will give you the...
Forum: Avisynth Usage 20th February 2010, 16:32
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Posted By wonkey_monkey
What's the width and height of original clip, and...

What's the width and height of original clip, and for what reason are you (it seems) cropping it?

David
Forum: Avisynth Usage 11th December 2009, 14:26
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Posted By wonkey_monkey
The pixels in the blanking area don't have to be...

The pixels in the blanking area don't have to be blank, it's just that the aspect ratios you were targetting for the 720x[480/576] image were slightly wrong.

Just think of the 720x576 box as...
Forum: Avisynth Usage 9th December 2009, 16:23
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Posted By wonkey_monkey
A very handy little function, but it (first...

A very handy little function, but it (first version anyway) doesn't incorporate overscan (edit: sorry, not overscan; nominal analogue blanking...
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