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# 38178 24-Jul-2009 19:33
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http://www.mediafire.com/?nmwwwzwyqhm is a sample

H.264/AAC LATM LOAS .ts encoding which has support for external deinterlacers such as Yadiff/Restore24/Tomsmocomp etc. MeGUI has only worked so far, not having support for the aac nor can it properly render a final encode, even when used in conjunction with an avs file and all necessary filters loaded Sad


m haveing trouble converting videos from my dvb-t in h.264 i use handbrke but it deintelaces bad like logos are blured and videos not 100% clear even if i use big x264 bitrate

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  # 238837 25-Jul-2009 09:44
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VideoReDo are beta testing their H.264 editor, which is capable of editing NZ freeview|HD .ts files.  It works really well (acknowledging H.264 is still under development), and I highly recommend it.

If you are a registered user of the "TVsuite" version, then you can request to join the beta testing group, like several of us.



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  # 238838 25-Jul-2009 09:47
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techo: VideoReDo are beta testing their H.264 editor, which is capable of editing NZ freeview|HD .ts files.  It works really well (acknowledging H.264 is still under development), and I highly recommend it.

If you are a registered user of the "TVsuite" version, then you can request to join the beta testing group, like several of us.



can it conpress to x264 and crop video ect the  or is this just an app to cut the videos

 
 
 
 


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  # 238839 25-Jul-2009 09:52
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Sorry, but beta testers are required not to disclose features and functionality outside of VideoReDo's forum.



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  # 238840 25-Jul-2009 09:54
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techo: Sorry, but beta testers are required not to disclose features and functionality outside of VideoReDo's forum.


thanks anyway how do i become a tester i wanna try this app thx

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  # 238847 25-Jul-2009 10:05
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You have to be a registered owner/user of VideoreDo TVsuite.



PM "DanR" on the VideoReDo forum requesting to be a H.264 beta tester.



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  # 238853 25-Jul-2009 10:19
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techo: You have to be a registered owner/user of VideoreDo TVsuite.



PM "DanR" on the VideoReDo forum requesting to be a H.264 beta tester.



thx u



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  # 238856 25-Jul-2009 10:34
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techo: You have to be a registered owner/user of VideoreDo TVsuite.



PM "DanR" on the VideoReDo forum requesting to be a H.264 beta tester.


DanR has chosen not to receive private messages or may not be allowed to receive private messages. Therefore you may not send your message to him/her.

If you are trying to send this message to multiple recipients, remove DanR from the recipient list and send the message again.

 
 
 
 


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  # 238859 25-Jul-2009 10:42
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Sorry, I've just done a search on the VideoReDo forum and found the post with the correct instructions.

http://www.videoredo.net/msgBoard/showpost.php?p=53198&postcount=559



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  # 238860 25-Jul-2009 10:43
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techo: Sorry, I've just done a search on the VideoReDo forum and found the post with the correct instructions.



http://www.videoredo.net/msgBoard/showpost.php?p=53198&postcount=559


thx alot do i have to pay wtf

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  # 238908 25-Jul-2009 15:50
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jamespoo:
techo: Sorry, I've just done a search on the VideoReDo forum and found the post with the correct instructions.



http://www.videoredo.net/msgBoard/showpost.php?p=53198&postcount=559


thx alot do i have to pay wtf


hmm sometimes people that develope software like to be able to feed themselfs and their families...







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  # 238909 25-Jul-2009 15:53
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Nety:
jamespoo:
techo: Sorry, I've just done a search on the VideoReDo forum and found the post with the correct instructions.



http://www.videoredo.net/msgBoard/showpost.php?p=53198&postcount=559


thx alot do i have to pay wtf


hmm sometimes people that develope software like to be able to feed themselfs and their families...



sad i wanted free try of it

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