Good if you want to avoid that washed out that many smoothers can give.
Your AVISynth file should already be serving 352x240 resolution so just drag it into the main TMPGEnc window. Then, hit the "Load" button in the bottom corner and select one of the two profiles we've provided for you. If your AMV has been Inverse Telecined somewhere along the way (either before or after editing), select the AMV24fps.mcf profile. If you didn't do IVTC but instead chose to deinterlace at the end, select the AMV30fps.mcf profile
Colorspace wrote:As for the color information, things are not so easy. They are called U and V (or sometimes Cr and Cb respecitvely). They can have both positive and negative values which match the way color is processed in our brain.
Cr, when positive, means that the object is red. Cr negative means that the object is green.
Cb, when positive, indicates blue object. Cb negative means yellow. Again, they are the opposites for our brain and so we have the reasoning behind YUV as a color methodology.
Visual Quality wrote:The utena footage (on this dvd at least) seems to have a very slight yellow tint on everything and this is noticeable on things that are supposed to be white. Now, those of you who can remember the talk about colourspaces and chroma may recall that chroma channels can have a positive or a negative value. Positive V is red and negative V is green... and likewise positive U is blue and negative U is yellow.
This footage has slightly incorrect U chroma.
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