OK I read through trough Ermac's and AbsoluteDestinys guide. It helped some things. I am Australian=25fps and PAL DVDs. I will not buy NTSC stuff online to get exsactly the same of what I have here.
So the guide doesn't help a lot after all. I need help with AVS scripts and what not. OK, I own all of Dragon Ball, every movie,every special, almost all of DBZ and none DBGT. That is a lot of footage to go through. Not to mention that it's all on DVD.
Okay, there guide on IVTC doesn't help one bit. I rip my DVDs at angle 2(Japanese angle), I clip the VOB into individual episodes and save them to .d2v in DGindex(I can encode DVDs better than a multi-million dollar corporation. They get paid to do it. Bastards). I make a script.
Note that I'm experimenting with the Goku vs. Piccolo fight. So I did what they said to IVTC. My script looks like this:
mpeg2source("F:\DBEP147.d2v") *Dragon Ball Episode 147*
I can't use 'force film' 'cuz it don't work on 25fps stuff. There still is those fucked-up horizontal lines. I do have one NTSC DVD though. I put my Pokemon DVD in and the opening is interlaced and the is movie progressive and the ending is interlaced. Being NTSC and FILM98% I used forcd film. DID NOT work. To kick the poor dead horse I used Telecide and Decimate. *Insert dramatic music here* it didn't work either! And yes I tried using order 0. There must be someting I'm doing wrong. I hate Anime as of now. My Wrath Of The Dragon DVD that DGindex said was Progressive? It still has those lines, I assume it was interlaced encoded as progresive. I followed the guide about that and it didn't do shit for me.
So nothing works for me. I made a HuffYUV of the script hoping that the lines might just be there for whatever reasons. Still those horrible lines.
So with the aforementioned script I went through the guide and wound up at the Visual Quality Post-Procsessing guide. Almost everything can be used for pre-procsessing though. I tryed everything. The visual quality looked fairly decent in VirtualDubMod. I tried cropping and the like. Pretty much took a taste of everthing. Good Fun.
The Deen filter. I did: "a3d,4,10,10" Something like that. All was good. I tried FluxSmooth. A horror story. In the text editor I typed: fluxsmooth(7,7). That's how the guide said to do it. I played the file in Windows Media Player and it says there was no function called Fluxsmooth.
I went to VirtualDubMod's Script Editor because that will generally tell you if you if a command is wrong. This time I typed 'FluxSmooth(7,7)' it said it worked! I press F7 to load it and VDub crashed. 2 tries later... same thing. So the light Bulb comes on!!! Try it in the text editor!!! Same trip: no such thing as FluxSmoother. I checked my plugins folder, the plugin is in there. I tried the LoadPlugin command to no avail. Combining Deen and FluxSmooth seems to be mandatory.
Rainbow removing and Line Sharpening went great. I have no idea what masking and bluring is though. Tweaking the colors is interesting and can yeild great affects.
So pretty much I'm wasting my life away doing this. I refuse to buy my DVD sets over again unless it's the Dragon Boxes of course. So will somebody please help me. I will not read any guides unless they are of some relevance.