The Rules wrote:Try to keep your source footage at it's original size, and use the highest quality footage available (like, DVD rips, for instance).
Warlike Swans wrote:Angryflower loses grammar nazi points for overlooking its use as a contraction for "it has." Also, it's really awkward using "its" as a pronoun for "it's.".. really, really awkward.
- You mention the preferred resolution and audio sample rate, but are there any restrictions on frame rate?
- For MPEG-1/-2 files, are both interlaced and progressive acceptable?
- For MPEG-2 files, is 23.976fps with the "3:2 pulldown upon playback" flag acceptable?
- For MPEG-2 files, is the anamorphic 16:9 flag acceptable, or should we encode a widescreen AMV as 4:3 letterboxed?
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