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PostSubject: Pan/Crop or Maintain Aspect Ratio   Fri May 11, 2012 5:00 pm

When I download old episodes of bleach and onepiece etc. They are smaller in size ( have the thick black lines either side )

Whats best to do? Pan/Crop or Stretch it and Untick Maintain Aspect ratio
I'm assuming Pan/Crop but I haven't tried it yet so I'm not 100% it will work as well as what I'm thinking.
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PostSubject: Re: Pan/Crop or Maintain Aspect Ratio   Fri May 11, 2012 5:02 pm

I upscale to 720p then crop to remove the subs.
If you directly pan/crop you lose 30% of your image and it's as you have zoomed so you lose more quality.
But I think everyone else does pan/crop..
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PostSubject: Re: Pan/Crop or Maintain Aspect Ratio   Fri May 11, 2012 5:04 pm

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I upscale to 720p then crop to remove the subs.
If you directly pan/crop you lose 30% of your image and it's as you have zoomed so you lose more quality.
But I think everyone else does pan/crop..

what do you mean by you upscale to 720p?
and when you convert from mkv 2 mp4 won't that remove the subs? or are onepiece episodes coded differently so GUI doesn't pic them up?
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PostSubject: Re: Pan/Crop or Maintain Aspect Ratio   Fri May 11, 2012 5:07 pm

The old eps don't exist in .mkv
They exist in avi or mp4 and the subs are hardened.
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PostSubject: Re: Pan/Crop or Maintain Aspect Ratio   Fri May 11, 2012 5:09 pm

Lethasson wrote:
The old eps don't exist in .mkv
They exist in avi or mp4 and the subs are hardened.

oh I see, you seem to be on the ball when it comes to one piece eps
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PostSubject: Re: Pan/Crop or Maintain Aspect Ratio   Fri May 11, 2012 5:12 pm

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PostSubject: Re: Pan/Crop or Maintain Aspect Ratio   Fri May 11, 2012 5:31 pm

Here is a tutorial from tym , since he can't post links, i post it instead

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PostSubject: Re: Pan/Crop or Maintain Aspect Ratio   Fri May 11, 2012 5:46 pm

thanks alot tym for that ^_^ and nikos for posting it
basically thats what I meant when I said about the maintain aspect ratio but what does that disable resample actually do?

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PostSubject: Re: Pan/Crop or Maintain Aspect Ratio   Fri May 11, 2012 5:47 pm

If you want to do this, there's an even easier way to accomplish it , if you care to know.
Just press pan/crop and then choose Widescreen 16:9
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PostSubject: Re: Pan/Crop or Maintain Aspect Ratio   Fri May 11, 2012 5:52 pm

Lethasson wrote:
If you want to do this, there's an even easier way to accomplish it , if you care to know.
Just press pan/crop and then choose Widescreen 16:9

that's not very good unless there are subs in the clip and you would 've zoom it anyway.But if you don't why would you zoom it and make the quality look bad??Cause most of the episodes that are not fullscreen are episodes that were broadcasted years ago and the quality is already bad....
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PostSubject: Re: Pan/Crop or Maintain Aspect Ratio   Fri May 11, 2012 5:55 pm

Oldest eps have subs hardened but yeah if a scene doesn't have subs I'd go with nikos's solution.
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PostSubject: Re: Pan/Crop or Maintain Aspect Ratio   Fri May 11, 2012 6:00 pm

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thanks alot tym for that ^_^ and nikos for posting it
basically thats what I meant when I said about the maintain aspect ratio but what does that disable resample actually do?

well if you dont turn it off that some time later it will restore the small screen :DD i think so idk cus it was once to me and freand showed it to me and said to do this all the time
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PostSubject: Re: Pan/Crop or Maintain Aspect Ratio   Fri May 11, 2012 6:03 pm

ok thanks tym :D

& nikos is that what you did on your latest amv? tyms method cuz you have some old episodes in their, well i think the sanji clip is from when hes at the restaurant
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PostSubject: Re: Pan/Crop or Maintain Aspect Ratio   Fri May 11, 2012 6:04 pm

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Crookz wrote:
thanks alot tym for that ^_^ and nikos for posting it
basically thats what I meant when I said about the maintain aspect ratio but what does that disable resample actually do?

well if you dont turn it off that some time later it will restore the small screen :DD i think so idk cus it was once to me and freand showed it to me and said to do this all the time

disable resample is very usefull for masking, so that it won't glitch.Dunno about full screen...
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PostSubject: Re: Pan/Crop or Maintain Aspect Ratio   Fri May 11, 2012 6:07 pm

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tyym21 wrote:
Crookz wrote:
thanks alot tym for that ^_^ and nikos for posting it
basically thats what I meant when I said about the maintain aspect ratio but what does that disable resample actually do?

well if you dont turn it off that some time later it will restore the small screen :DD i think so idk cus it was once to me and freand showed it to me and said to do this all the time

disable resample is very usefull for masking, so that it won't glitch.Dunno about full screen...

omg i gave up on masking long ago because of this! everytime it would glitch after a few frames and i would lose my mind and throw my latop away then calm down and decide not to do a mask in my edit :affraid:
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PostSubject: Re: Pan/Crop or Maintain Aspect Ratio   Fri May 11, 2012 6:09 pm

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nikos150 wrote:
tyym21 wrote:
Crookz wrote:
thanks alot tym for that ^_^ and nikos for posting it
basically thats what I meant when I said about the maintain aspect ratio but what does that disable resample actually do?

well if you dont turn it off that some time later it will restore the small screen :DD i think so idk cus it was once to me and freand showed it to me and said to do this all the time

disable resample is very usefull for masking, so that it won't glitch.Dunno about full screen...

omg i gave up on masking long ago because of this! everytime it would glitch after a few frames and i would lose my mind and throw my latop away then calm down and decide not to do a mask in my edit :affraid:

well before i learned about disable resample, i used to edit in double frames and render in half so that i won't have glitches, that way i don't miss any frame....But disable resample is better....
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PostSubject: Re: Pan/Crop or Maintain Aspect Ratio   Fri May 11, 2012 11:35 pm

disable resample by far best trick gor great masking,even law approves! :lol!:
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PostSubject: Re: Pan/Crop or Maintain Aspect Ratio   Sat May 12, 2012 12:38 am

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ok thanks tym :D

& nikos is that what you did on your latest amv? tyms method cuz you have some old episodes in their, well i think the sanji clip is from when hes at the restaurant

Yes that's what i did and which clip exactly do you mean???
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PostSubject: Re: Pan/Crop or Maintain Aspect Ratio   Sat May 12, 2012 12:40 am

nikos150 wrote:
Crookz wrote:
ok thanks tym :D

& nikos is that what you did on your latest amv? tyms method cuz you have some old episodes in their, well i think the sanji clip is from when hes at the restaurant

Yes that's what i did and which clip exactly do you mean???

I meant the sanji mask at the start but you might not have done it because its masked :?:
but thanks for replying ^^
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PostSubject: Re: Pan/Crop or Maintain Aspect Ratio   Sat May 12, 2012 12:54 am

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Crookz wrote:
ok thanks tym :D

& nikos is that what you did on your latest amv? tyms method cuz you have some old episodes in their, well i think the sanji clip is from when hes at the restaurant

Yes that's what i did and which clip exactly do you mean???

I meant the sanji mask at the start but you might not have done it because its masked :?:
but thanks for replying ^^

Well your message was posted together with mine so i missed it before :p . Don't remember, i think i didn't cause it's masked and it's from the arlong arc and sanji is pointing at one of the fishmen who just got out of the water.
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PostSubject: Re: Pan/Crop or Maintain Aspect Ratio   Sat May 12, 2012 1:00 am

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Crookz wrote:
nikos150 wrote:
Crookz wrote:
ok thanks tym :D

& nikos is that what you did on your latest amv? tyms method cuz you have some old episodes in their, well i think the sanji clip is from when hes at the restaurant

Yes that's what i did and which clip exactly do you mean???

I meant the sanji mask at the start but you might not have done it because its masked :?:
but thanks for replying ^^

Well your message was posted together with mine so i missed it before :p . Don't remember, i think i didn't cause it's masked and it's from the arlong arc and sanji is pointing at one of the fishmen who just got out of the water.

oh yh i remember now ^_^
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