[Cin] dvdcreate and filempeg patches

Andrew Randrianasulu randrianasulu at gmail.com
Fri Jun 9 14:43:03 CEST 2023

чт, 8 июн. 2023 г., 21:43 Phyllis Smith <phylsmith2017 at gmail.com>:

> Andrew, after many, many runs and actual DVD media creation with these
> patches in, I am almost certain that all is working well and now there is
> the choice of creating BFF media.  So answer to question of "do you still
> get interlaced" is "YES" as far as I can tell.  Here are some of the
> results / differences seen when use "mediainfo":
> 1) GOP, Open/Closed                         : Open    ------------------->
> Before
>    GOP, Open/Closed of first frame     : Closed -------------------> Before
>    GOP, Open/Closed                          : Closed ------------------->
> After is just this 1 line which makes sense
> 2) Scan type    is a little confusing though:
>     Before  -----> it always read Interlaced for all, whether or not the
> Deinterlace box was checked or not
>     After    ------> if Deinterlace box is checked, it reads Interlace

I think it should be set to Progressive if deinterlace checked ....

Sorry, back to double-checking my logic ..

    After    ------> if Deinterlace box is NOT checked, it reads Interlace
> IF input is interlaced BUT Progressive if input media is not interlaced.
> Does the above make sense?  (I think I stated it correctly).
> In the DVD media I tested on a really old non-digital TV with a DVD
> player, the BFF media looked about the same as the TFF media, even when
> original media was BFF or TFF.   But the old TV was so bad looking, that I
> am not sure it was a good test.
> Playing Interlaced DVD media on a new digital TV with a DVD player, looked
> decent but that is probably due to the software in the digital TV.
> Playing DVD media on a new digital TV where the original input was
> interlaced and CinGG had the Deinterlace box checked, did result in some
> small jagged areas but mostly visible only when stop or step.
> RECOMMENDATION: if not editing the input media so you do not need an NLE,
> i.e. CinGG, probably should refer to ffmpeg, dvdauthor, or those forums
> that apply direct copies of media exclusively for creating DVDs.
> On Mon, Jun 5, 2023 at 5:49 PM Phyllis Smith <phylsmith2017 at gmail.com>
> wrote:
>> Can you clarify even with my patches AND deinterlacing checkbox set in
>>> dvd creation window and "use ffmpeg" unchecked you still get interlaced?
>>> Confusing results that I did not consider.  I will thoroughly
>> investigate "before and after" tomorrow and let you know what is
>> happening.  (I should have done this earlier).
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