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November 27, 2021 at 6:30 am
You should be able to select “custom” as far as sequence settings , Pick what you want the resolution and framerate to be , and it’ll make that the sequence. Usually a movie trailer would be 24fps just like a movie would be (or 23.97fps). When you drop in the anamorphic footage you can simply go to the effect controls / motion / and uncheck the “uniform scale” box and make the footage any size or aspect ratio you want
November 16, 2017 at 10:44 pm
well no frame blending definitely leaves the original frames in tact and just does a sort of 50/50 opacity of each frame.
the timewarp warp frame 1 and 2 into an average to make frame 1.5
but for some reason it also affects the original frames of the video too and I’m wondering how to make it not do that.
it actually warps them enough that i cannot even manually add the original frames back in to correct it.
November 16, 2017 at 7:54 pm
no i was just using that as an example. not a rolling shutter issue.
the actual area I notice it on just happens to be several lines in a row . like grooves in pillar columns or diagonal lines on “do not park” parking spaces and such. essentially I’m just noticing that timewarp is changing the original frames and not just making new ones in between.
perhaps a better example would be if i simply had a 2 frame sequence that flash red and blue over and over. essentially timewarp would turn every frame purple. and not just ad 1 purple frame in between.
August 20, 2017 at 8:54 pm
If this was one episode it would be easy to do that but it’s a few hundred , lol.
I think what I’ll do is this (as backwards as it sounds) I’ll just play the dvd and screen record the output from the player. Sure it’ll take a long time but each episode will at least play correctly. lol
if I upload one of these files to a public sharing site would any of you be willing to take a look at it and see if you can get it in order? I saw someone mention it earlier and maybe it would be best
August 20, 2017 at 5:57 am
From what I can see every dvd ripping program seems to throw away the pull down flags. which I’m guessing tell the player what order the pull down is in?
I know that the 3:2 pull down changes order every scene so I cannot simply fix it with after effects. I might be able to get something close but as soon as the scene changes it’s no longer in sync anymore.
August 20, 2017 at 2:38 am
Alright I’ve almost given up on this
The problem appears to be that ripping the dvd footage yields a non deinterlaced 29.97p file. I’ve now tried SIX different free ripping programs. All of which rip the same type of file. ALL of these programs have deinterlacing options which only yeild a frame blended 29.97p file which of course looks terrible.
The only thing I’ve found that can have any effect on the 29.97p semi interlaced file is premiere which simply remove an entire field resulting in massive quality loss.
I still don’t understand how the dvd can play perfectly fine , yet not be ripped perfectly fine. How the dvd playing program can easily figure out that the show is 24fps and play it in perfect quality , but every ripping program cannot figure that out.
what a headache
August 18, 2017 at 12:13 am
[Ann Bens] “If you drop this interlaced footage in a interlaced sequence with upper field and the display mode to first field and you are seeing interlaced artifacts I am guessing the file is not as it should be. Fields have been messed about.
BTW i cannot get Jims program to work properly either.”
I AM able to do the following.
I was able to rip the vob file using a program called “dvd fab” however…
it will either copy the file without doing any sort of deinterlacing which means its a 29,97 fps file with the 3:2 pulldown intact. Or , it will do it’s own terrible deinterlacing and give the file a “frame blended” effect.
when I have the non deinterlaced file with the 3:2 pulldown intact , the 3:2 pulldown changes sequence every time the scene cuts or changes. I CAN fix this in adobe and somehow get it back to normal 23.97fps however , the quality takes a dive and gives the video a “no anti aliasing” effect.
August 17, 2017 at 5:42 am
August 17, 2017 at 4:54 am
ok that program xvid4psp also shows the videos being corrupted when trying to open them in the program
August 17, 2017 at 2:12 am
ok alchemist OD appears to not be a free program
virtual dub doesn’t appear to support vob files at all
and again final cut pro is also not a free program.
vob files will either crash premiere if i try to open them , or if i try to open vob files in after effects they appear corrupted.