Converting NTSC to 1920x1080i

Anole

Moderator
trick question?

Wouldn't IFOedit or any free muxer put the two pieces together?
Then, VideoReDo could tune the audio offset if that were to be a problem.
 

MrVideo

Active member
DrP said:
You could mux it using mplex.exe that can be found with cuttermaran. Mux it up to a .mpg and then you can do whatever with VR.
Can mplex, or ImagoMPEG-Muxer, be run standalone? I'd prefer to not install .NET, if at all possible.

Both of these programs appear to be geared toward DVD muxing support, i.e., 720x480 (or 576) and not HD material (1080i or 720p). Can they be used with HD material?
 

MrVideo

Active member
phd said:
Save your MPEG file in VideoReDo as a transport stream.
Pat, I think you missed a piece of the puzzle. The problem is that I will ultimately be creating 1080i (or 720p) MPEG video from upconverted 720x480i . I will then also create DD5.1 or DD2.0 AC3 audio to match what I want to join the upconverted material with.

VRD will not mux separate video and audio. Or is there a muxing feature I am missing?
 

Lester Burnham

New member
MrVideo said:
Pat, I think you missed a piece of the puzzle. The problem is that I will ultimately be creating 1080i (or 720p) MPEG video from upconverted 720x480i . I will then also create DD5.1 or DD2.0 AC3 audio to match what I want to join the upconverted material with.

VRD will not mux separate video and audio. Or is there a muxing feature I am missing?
Not sure how much they shoot for DVD compliance, but either mplex, or ffmpeg (I think from vague memory) should be able to mux your streams.
 

DrP

Member
MrVideo said:
Can mplex, or ImagoMPEG-Muxer, be run standalone? I'd prefer to not install .NET, if at all possible.

Both of these programs appear to be geared toward DVD muxing support, i.e., 720x480 (or 576) and not HD material (1080i or 720p). Can they be used with HD material?
mplex certainly can be run standalone. I'm pretty sure you can get HD out if it too, try using -f=3 and specifying the bitrates manually.
 
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MrVideo

Active member
DrP said:
mplex certainly can be run standalone. I'm pretty sure you can get HD out if it too, try using -f=3 and specifying the bitrates manually.
Is there a site that explains the command line options to mplex?

Thnx
 

DrP

Member
Don't think so, a quick google showed up lots of forums with threads about it. This doc contains some info, otherwise mplex.exe /? for options
 
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