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Old 18 May 2008, 09:40 AM   #1
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I just downloaded the latest version of mediacoder and having troubles finding a guide for it...
what am tryin to do is put an anime videos here's the file
Naruto Shippuuden aspect ratio is 856x480 and have the H.264

i was told that mediacoder is good to use with that type of format...and unable to look for a guide...please help
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Old 15 Jun 2008, 02:49 AM   #2
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Hi KnightWalker,

what are you trying to do ... want to convert from what format to what format?

Just open your file in mediacoder and under the TABS below choose your formats for VIDEO, AUDIO, and FPS ... and leave everthing else as is ... if you have chosen correctly the MediaCoder will start doing it's thing if not it won't ... then change some of your Options and that is it.

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Old 26 Jun 2008, 11:36 AM   #3
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hey sorry i totally forgot about this post LOL...well anyways i got it work on virtual dub so yeah...but i have another problem, i wanna resize my vids the size is 856x480, so i would like to know what size to put them on the standard CRT TV....in fact is there like a calculator out there would help with getting the size you want
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Old 26 Jun 2008, 12:49 PM   #4
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i wanna resize my vids the size is 856x480
What are the Display Aspect Ratio(DAR) and Pixel Aspect Ratio(PAR) of this file ? Use Mediainfo(Tree-view) to provide the information.
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Old 27 Jun 2008, 06:33 AM   #5
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Paglamon heres what is says on Media Info
Display Aspect Ratio: 16/9

as for the Pixel Aspect Ratio i can not locate it anywhere on the tree view unless its this
Width 856
Height 480
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OK. 856 X 480 is already very close to 16:9. So why do you need to resize it ? This video will display in the standard(4:3) TV with black bars on top and bottom. Do you want a fullscreen video ?
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yeah i did that and this is how it turns out on my dvd player to tv....sorry for the long reply, my baby daughter kept us up all night LOL
the first one is the dvd file and the second one is the original file
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File Type: bmp narutodvd1.bmp‎ (496.2 KB, 369 views)
File Type: bmp original naruto screen.bmp‎ (417.9 KB, 369 views)

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Old 28 Jun 2008, 04:53 PM   #9
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The AR in the DVD looks OK. Are you concerned about the black bars on the two sides ? Please outline the procedure of your conversion from original to DVD.And please provide full info of the converted file(using Mediainfo ofcourse).
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I run it through Nero Vision just add the file, hit next till i get to where to burn it so i put it on my DVD Drive
Here's The the file info on the converted file

General #0
Complete name : H:\VIDEO_TS\VTS_01_1.VOB
Format : MPEG-2 Program
Format/Family : MPEG-2
File size : 73.0 MiB
PlayTime : 2mn 3s
Bit rate : 4943 Kbps
Writing library : Created by Nero

Video #0
Codec : MPEG-2 Video
Codec/Family : MPEG-V
Codec profile : Main@Main
Codec settings, Matrix : Standard
PlayTime : 2mn 3s
Bit rate mode : CBR
Bit rate : 4408 Kbps
Nominal bit rate : 9641 Kbps
Width : 720 pixels
Height : 480 pixels
Display Aspect ratio : 16/9
Frame rate : 29.970 fps
Standard : NTSC
Chroma : 4:2:0
Interlacement : Bottom Field First
Bits/(Pixel*Frame) : 0.931
Writing library : Created by Nero

Audio #0
Codec : AC3
PlayTime : 2mn 3s
Bit rate mode : CBR
Bit rate : 192 Kbps
Channel(s) : 2 channels
Channel positions : L R
Sampling rate : 48.0 KHz
Video0 delay : -33ms

Menu #0
Codec : DVD-Video
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Looks fine.
As I asked earlier : Are you concerned about the black bars on the two sides ? And those bars are there when you play the DVD into your TV ?
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No am not worried about the bars in the top or bottom of the screen, did i mention the i have a standard TV i might have forgot to. what am tryin to do is get the whole video on the screen as what i did before, am using VirtualDub and heres the guide thats been helping me when the files were 640*480

http://club.cdfreaks.com/f32/subtitl...screen-127537/

the link here is how i got them to fit on the tv screen and now am tryin to fit the new sized files on to the tv not by removing the black bars..
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OK. So you want a video with 16:9 display to fully fit a 4:3 TV screen ?
The only way you can do it, keeping the correct aspect ratio, is by Pan and Scan. Your DVD player surely has the option of pan and scan.Remember that you will not be able to see parts of the video on two sides.
When your files were 640x480 there was no problem because 640:480 = 4:3.
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Another way:http://forums.afterdawn.com/thread_view.cfm/252422
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