So for all intensive purposes we can say that the theoretically visual portion of an NTSC picture is 720x480.
Go to Tools in your directory window and choose folder options... and deselect "Hide file extenstions for known file types". This should allow you to see the file as "New Text Document.txt"
The Guide wrote:Nowadays we have 100GB RAID arrays being common in not-so-expensive consumer setups. 10 years ago, 10GB was an ENORMOUS amount of space!!
The Guide wrote:(although this can be variable throughout the file depending on if you use what's called variable titrate)
this is one of the reasons that despite liking in the UK
Kalium wrote:In lossless compression, are you going to address Lagarith for space issues?
Kalium wrote:Anyway, in the XviD section, shouldn't there be links to both the XviD guide (someone should ask SysKin to help with that) and to Koepi's page?
Kalium wrote:DVD Analysis page:
What is this DGIndex, offhand? I think it's a reference to something in DVD2AVI, but I'm not sure.
Kalium wrote:With the contrasting pictures, it might be a good idea to circle what you're talking about. Otherwise, it can be hard to tell unless you know exactly what you're looking for (good vs. bad chroma pictures being case in point).
Kalium wrote:In the discussion of interlacing methods, it's not well expmained how to tell visually in each case.
AbsoluteDestiny wrote:It's not particularly quick to edit with, though.
AbsoluteDestiny wrote:I don't see the need to link to an external XviD guide - mine has everything the amv creator needs (although a footnote about trellis in 1.0 is required)
AbsoluteDestiny wrote:You are going to have to give me examples. Other than blended fields (which I already have pictures for) I don't see how I could give any extra informatoin about interlacing types with a still.
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