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Postby SKaVeN » Wed Sep 08, 2010 5:48 pm


You mean all I have to do is become a father??? Damnit! Why didn't any of you buggers tell me that?!! Image


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Postby narly » Thu Sep 09, 2010 5:53 pm


SKaVeN wrote:
You mean all I have to do is become a father??? Damnit! Why didn't any of you buggers tell me that?!! Image

Nah you don't have to be a dad , I'm not , well not that I know of :shock:


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Postby narly » Fri Oct 01, 2010 5:57 pm


ImageMy TF7100HDPlus arrived today Imageall plugged in and working well Image . Problem now is my JVC lcd is not true widescreen Image


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Postby SKaVeN » Fri Oct 01, 2010 6:03 pm


Just type the problem in Google. There'll be someone else with one asking the same PVR & TV asking the same thing somewhere. Image


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Postby narly » Fri Oct 01, 2010 6:27 pm


I know the answer , new tv Image


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Postby Strayan » Tue Oct 19, 2010 11:55 am


sharkboi wrote:
. . . . anyone know how to convert .TS files to .AVI files for making video clips?

I have tried a couple of programs but so far the audio seems to out of sync in the resulting .avi's... :???:

The best free way with .ts & .tp files is to convert them first to MPEG2 with HDTVtoMPEG2 and then get a frame accurate conversion with VirtualDub (with the MPEG2 plugin) or some use VirtualDub-MPEG2.

If using VirtualDub (which I prefer) unzip into a folder & make a separate folder inside it called "plugins32" (without the ") and put the MPEG2 plugin in this folder. This will then convert the mpeg file to avi using whatever avi codecs you have installed on your PC.

Both apps are self-contained programs so neither needs installation. I use HDTVtoMPEG2 if my VideoReDo fails or has artifacts/pixilation and it has never failed me yet, either in quality or audio sync.


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Postby sharkboi » Tue Oct 19, 2010 12:20 pm


Strayan wrote:
sharkboi wrote:
. . . . anyone know how to convert .TS files to .AVI files for making video clips?

I have tried a couple of programs but so far the audio seems to out of sync in the resulting .avi's... :???:

The best free way with .ts & .tp files is to convert them first to MPEG2 with HDTVtoMPEG2 and then get a frame accurate conversion with VirtualDub (with the MPEG2 plugin) or some use VirtualDub-MPEG2.

If using VirtualDub (which I prefer) unzip into a folder & make a separate folder inside it called "plugins32" (without the ") and put the MPEG2 plugin in this folder. This will then convert the mpeg file to avi using whatever avi codecs you have installed on your PC.

Both apps are self-contained programs so neither needs installation. I use HDTVtoMPEG2 if my VideoReDo fails or has artifacts/pixilation and it has never failed me yet, either in quality or audio sync.

That proggie was one that I tried but for some reason it won't work on the .TS files I have.
After more searching I finally found this...
http://www.womble.com/
It not only works on my files to convert to .avi, but will create a DVD as well, doesn't even have to 'convert' the .TS files because the .mpeg format within is the same needed for a DVD, it just writes the VIDEO_TS folder with all the .VOB files in it.


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Postby kirkbright » Wed Dec 15, 2010 12:02 pm


I've been wondering why so many of the pics posted are a lot smaller than they used to be even though the file sizes are the same or larger, so I took one of today's pics of Mel and one from roughly the same time last year.

Now please understand, I'm not complaining in the least, but I am completely baffled . . . it's also important to note that I'm Mac based, so all the talk about different types of video cards for Windows machines means as much to me as the study of sub-atomic particles.

So here you go, the first pic of Mel is from Dec 1 2009 and has a file size of 249.6kB whereas the second is from today and has a file size 33% larger at 371.7kB

But if you check the file size settings of both pics opened in Photoshop CS4* the first shot, with the smaller file size, is actually 350% larger than the second shot which has the larger file size.

Anyone know what causes this? :???:

* The file size information shown in the PNG file relates to the original Jpgs not the posted PNB file - I had to change file type because the site wasn't recognising the original Jpeg with the image size info . . . no idea why

M 1920x1080 125
M 1024x576 132
L 998x558 132
M 728x416 137


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Postby sharkboi » Fri Dec 17, 2010 4:05 pm


kirkbright wrote:
I've been wondering why so many of the pics posted are a lot smaller than they used to be even though the file sizes are the same or larger, so I took one of today's pics of Mel and one from roughly the same time last year.

Now please understand, I'm not complaining in the least, but I am completely baffled . . . it's also important to note that I'm Mac based, so all the talk about different types of video cards for Windows machines means as much to me as the study of sub-atomic particles.

So here you go, the first pic of Mel is from Dec 1 2009 and has a file size of 249.6kB whereas the second is from today and has a file size 33% larger at 371.7kB

But if you check the file size settings of both pics opened in Photoshop CS4* the first shot, with the smaller file size, is actually 350% larger than the second shot which has the larger file size.

Anyone know what causes this? :???:

* The file size information shown in the PNG file relates to the original Jpgs not the posted PNB file - I had to change file type because the site wasn't recognising the original Jpeg with the image size info . . . no idea why

I would say it's most likely related to compression ratio...


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Postby Xfactor » Mon Dec 20, 2010 3:11 pm


I've hit another snag with capping, i won't be doing my usual Channel 10 morning tv caps - lots (and LOTS) of rain in Victoria over night. Lounge room is out of bounds for the time being :sad: - my electrical equipment is still good - i am just limited in regards to where i can plug anything in.


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