Scintilla wrote:I'd just like to see some tips on taking care of dot crawl on <a href="http://www.animemusicvideos.org/guides/avtechbeta/avspostqual.html">the postprocessing page</a>, if it's not too much trouble, now that I know what it is and how ugly it can be... I mean, there is a whole section for de-rainbowing...
Damn you Central Park Media!!!
Well, in order to accurately extract audio (and rip dvds etc.) form a cd you really need aninterface called an ASPI layer.
you can still install an ASPI layer using a program call ForceASPI
Drive tab: click "Autodetect Read Command"
Offset tab: Click "Detect read sample offset correction"
put a spanner in the works
ErMaC wrote:Spanner in the works is a British idiom, so saying put a Wrench in the works would be like saying "hold your equestrians."
ErMaC wrote:And yes, the British like to use Normalisation, Analyse, Capitalise, etc.
ErMaC wrote:I think at some point Ian and I talked about Normalis/zing all the spellings to be either British or American, but it's too much work. Color vs. Colour is a big stickler, too.
[optional] Press Alt+G to get the cd information from freedb.
The AVI Container and the Early AVI codecs - Cinepak and Indeo Video
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