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|Originally posted by bencooley
1. bcdmux (my program) to MPEG-2 file.
2. Vidomi compression of mpeg-2 file.
This worked for me, at least at 720p.
|Originally posted by ianken
That's neat. Since 1080i is interlaced do you see any combing on the resultant 720p output?
|Originally posted by gergg
I tried using Vidomi and all it does it shut down as soon as I hit the convert button. Is there a good place for help with this? Is there another program that works better?
|Questions: can vidomi reduce the resolution of a 1080 image?|
|Have you been able to get good sound sync ?|
|Ben, you are doing what I think is the next needed step,
redoing some of the code. I look forward to seeing what you
come up with.
|My hacked version can now, and I have a working toolchain on it, so I can fix any problems.|
|I haven't even remotely got any sync at all. Any file that big on my computer just plays in
jumps, so I wouldn't know. I'm not completely sure that BCDMUX correctly gets the right
timestamps for the first frame, so there could be a problem. If somebody could test the
playback of the MPEG files on a reasonably decent computer, I'd know for sure.
|Originally posted by trbarry
In my experiments with Avisynth/Virtualdub etc. I found if I converted to 720p I could play on my 866 mhz P3 I was using then.
Have you tried this? If so, does it have sound sync?