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Help Encoding Widescreen Movies With TMPGENC

Discussion in 'MPEG-1 and MPEG-2 encoding (AVI to DVD)' started by ulysse, May 26, 2002.

  1. ulysse

    ulysse Member

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    If you have experience in encoding video files in widescreen format, could you possibly give me ideas what I have to look out for, what to be carful about and possibly how to set the settings. Thanks for any postings on this matter.
     
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    dRD I hate titles Staff Member

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    What exactly you want to do? Maintain aspect ratio of widescreen movies without adding black borders? Or to create a real anamorphic video?
     
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    My experience with encoding with TMPGENC many times and I always select Full screen (keep aspect ratio).

    "Change the Video arrange Method to Full screen (keep aspect ratio) if you wan't the movie to look exact the same as the video source."

    "If you have a widescreen movie and you want it to be fullscreen(no borders) select instead No margin(keep aspect ratio) and TMPGenc will cut it."

    Check this guide for more info in using Tempgenc. http://www.vcdhelp.com/tmpgenc.htm

    Jolo (Jon)


     
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    Thanks for your help Jolo, I am going to try what u suggested.
    Cheers
     
  5. dazz87

    dazz87 Guest

    acutally i try getting rid of the black borders and it didnt work. on tmpgenc site it saids when using No margin(keep aspect ratio) some movies will not work. i try this the other night and the bars were still there.
     

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