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Best way to scale down HD samples for watching on DVD ?

Discussion in 'Televisions' started by RecordablDVDfan, May 7, 2005.

  1. RecordablDVDfan

    RecordablDVDfan
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    I am using a great prog called H.264 Encoder for other video files, many many settings, is this a good prog for scaling HD samples from the 3 HD channels or is there a better one I should know about ? What settings should I use in any case for the best results ?
     
  2. Rob.Screene

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    Domestic DVD players won't play H.264 encodes, they'll only generally do standard MPEG2.

    I'd probably use AVIsynth (Lancoz resize down), DGindex and TMPGenc/TMPG Author to do a good encode with film-mode 3-2 pulldown removal. But then again I like to do things the hard way to knwo they are right. Pulldown removal might need the TMPGenc 3-2 pulldown feature thatis slow but works well for really poorly flagged material.

    Or wait 6 months till H.264/WMV players are available!

    regards,
    Rob.
     
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