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 Post subject: Re: Making a songs DVD
PostPosted: Sat Dec 07, 2013 8:49 am 
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But in those cases, as I described above, they normally correct the pitch.


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 Post subject: Re: Making a songs DVD
PostPosted: Sun Dec 08, 2013 1:03 pm 
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So, had there been pseudo progressive MEA b/w DVDs?


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 Post subject: Re: Making a songs DVD
PostPosted: Sun Dec 08, 2013 5:02 pm 
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There's an app for menu designing, title making and burning called Cyberlink PowerProducer.
Go here to buy or try for free.

And for quality enhancement, there's Cyberlink PowerDirector go here to try for free pr buy.

I almost SCREAMED when I saw this. After my exams, I'll definitely give it a try...

Please check PowerDirector out!!!!! Its very very very very very very........ cool!!!!!!


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 Post subject: Re: Making a songs DVD
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Thanks!!! I will check out power director. The reviews look great!


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 Post subject: Re: Making a songs DVD
PostPosted: Mon Dec 09, 2013 7:18 am 
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Muz wrote:
Thanks!!! I will check out power director. The reviews look great!


Anytime, bhai!! ;).

Do tell us about your experiences!!


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 Post subject: Re: Making a songs DVD
PostPosted: Tue Feb 04, 2014 3:21 pm 
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Those stupid authorers destroyed the frames by field averaging . We aren't responsible :x

But we can just slow down the songs, as required (x96 times or so) to make the OST songs of the same length ??

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 Post subject: Re: Making a songs DVD
PostPosted: Wed Jul 17, 2019 12:41 pm 
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rana wrote:
Raghuvir wrote:
Some Shemaroo movies are pseudo progressive, but the songs from the same movies in somg compilation DVDs are field averaged.
Examples : Their actual mea DVD is pseudo Prog. but the songs in compilation DVDs are field averaged.
If that is possible, isn't making field avgd videos pseudo prog possible??


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No mystery here.

Shemaroo does not stay with same encoding. There are lots of Shemaroo DVDs that were Pseudo Prog in the earlier releases and now are Field Averaged in newer batches. Mughl-e-Azam is one of those films. Moreover, it has many versions for B/W version (I'm not sure about colored version).

(Satyam Shivam Sundaram and Ram Teri Ganga Mailee had pseudo-prog DVDs in first Shemaroo release and I've encountered field averaged Shemaroo current batches; There are others too)

Obviously Shemaroo has setups for NTSC as well as PAL mastering. It's a toss, whether a transfer ends up at NTSC machine or at PAL machine. If master is in PAL, no big deal, they just make a NTSC DVD out of it (mostly field averaged). Anytime a Film to PAL transfer is done, it has gone thru 4% speed up (standard practice).

Prog/ Pseudo-Prog: one video frame contains picture from one film frame only.
Field Averaged: One video frame contains picture from 1 to 3 film frames (mostly 2 film frames).

Can you extract original frames from field averaged frame: Just the same as a camera shot with long exposure will give a fuzzy picture for a moving object, it's the same for field averaged picture.

Talking of Ram Teri Ganga Mailee, recently saw it on IPTV Box on OLED TV (free legal/ illegal hardware max res is 1280x720, not even a 1080p/i), and it sure had an excellent (Shemaroo) print. Then, also found it on youtube marked as HD.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QmVzbgtw2Vk&t=448s
I assumed it to be same Shemaroo DVD upscaled to HD ?? Then tried my Shemaroo DVD (thought to be excellent print in those days) and, what a difference. Crap VHS print vs HD. So, sure it was another mastering by Shemaroo (but no Blu Ray listed). Some Shemaroo RTGM DVDs were NTSC pseudo-prog (24 fps- no speed up) and some were field averaged. Youtube (& IPTV Box) is 25 fps (4% speed up). Also noticeable from runtime 178 min vs 171 min.


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