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Avidemux Tutorial / Instructions



Frage von doreanfree:
September 2008

Hello,
avidemux is a very good impression on me, but I am somewhat puzzled what the handling is concerned. Can anyone recommend a good tutorial or a good give instructions?
Thank you!



Antwort von Gast 0815:

Use the times as an entry to the program Faqs: http://forum.doom9.org/showthread.php?s=2efe6c43967c2e44720f2f2616c472c6&t=126164

Synonymous Here you will find links to tutorials, etc., but there is probably no but ...

Greetings from Marburg



Antwort von bennyn:

Good instructions are synonymous here:
http://wiki.ubuntuusers.de/Avidemux

However, I have times a specific question ...
Undzwar I have a video with a Resolutionvon 720x576 (4:3). This video I have with Avidemux tailored to 680x540.

Now I would like the images still on 1360x1080 enlarge. However, under Avidemux not to go?

I already have all the settings with "MPlayer resize" and "Resize" tried Avidemux, but offers me no Resolutionan that is larger than the Resolutionder source.

Can it be that Avidemux does not support zoom?
If Yes ... What alternative programs are there, with which you cut away the black edges and the video in full quality can be made bigger?

Many greetings

Benny





Antwort von Gast 0815:

"bennyn" wrote:

Can it be that Avidemux does not support zoom?

Looks like, here it goes in any case not synonymous.
"bennyn" wrote:

If Yes ... What alternative programs are there, with which you cut away the black edges and the video in full quality can be made bigger?


Well, does that work with classical Vitualdub; null transform filter-> cropping, then with the filter resize (precise bicubic setting or Lanczos3) to bring the desired size.

Alternative would be an Avisynth script (in this quick and dirty times):

# Dll download
Loadplugin ( "path \ colormatrix.dll")
# Avi-file upload
Avisource ( "path to file / filename")
# Adjust color on HD
color matrix (mode = "Rec.601-> Rec.709", interlaced = true)
# deinterlace
tdeint ()
# Edges off
crop (left, top - right - bottom)
# resize to desired values
lanczosresize (new width, new Height)

The script then with the desired encoder (Avidemux is of course synonymous)
transcode leave.

Greetings from Marburg




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