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WILDMAN 666
2007-02-12, 02:19 PM
Is it possible to do ssaa on videos?

Five
2007-02-13, 01:03 PM
what is ssaa?

dcbullet
2007-02-13, 01:20 PM
subject says almost all

U2Lynne
2007-02-13, 01:25 PM
subject says almost all
Is it possible to do subject says almost all on videos? :hmm:

Five
2007-02-13, 01:45 PM
searching google for "ssaa" isn't helping, either :hmm:

U2Lynne
2007-02-13, 02:19 PM
"SSAA video" in Google gets me lots of links for the Sporting Shooters Association of Australia

diggrd
2007-02-13, 11:17 PM
ssaa = soprano soprano alto alto
I think WM666 wants closed captioning for choral on his video :hmm:

WILDMAN 666
2007-02-14, 04:00 PM
No guys i mean super-sampling-anti-aliasing.Plus i started this thread because i didnt find any good ones on the web.

SundayDriver
2007-02-14, 04:21 PM
Is it possible to do ssaa on videos?

Are you talking about applying this to already encoded videos or introducing this before the A>D stage? :hmm:

WILDMAN 666
2007-02-14, 05:24 PM
Are you talking about applying this to already encoded videos or introducing this before the A>D stage? :hmm:
the already encoded ones.

SundayDriver
2007-02-14, 06:55 PM
the already encoded ones.

So then I imagine you want to seed them after that?

I'm no moderator, but I have a feeling that might breeching the 10th Video Torrenting rule:

10. No Reauthored DVDs are allowed.
We do not allow any reauthored DVDs to be seeded. This includes any DVD9>DVD5 reauthors. Please seed the DVDs in the original released form. Once you download the show, you may do what you want to it, but please don't trade/share your reauthored DVDs here.

See here. (http://www.thetradersden.org/forums/faq.php?faq=new_faq_item#faq_videorules)

It's not a "reauthor", but technically a "remaster", and I have a feeling that might be an issue.

You are of course free to do what you want with it for personal use. :lol:

WILDMAN 666
2007-02-17, 06:58 AM
So then I imagine you want to seed them after that?

I'm no moderator, but I have a feeling that might breeching the 10th Video Torrenting rule:

10. No Reauthored DVDs are allowed.
We do not allow any reauthored DVDs to be seeded. This includes any DVD9>DVD5 reauthors. Please seed the DVDs in the original released form. Once you download the show, you may do what you want to it, but please don't trade/share your reauthored DVDs here.

See here. (http://www.thetradersden.org/forums/faq.php?faq=new_faq_item#faq_videorules)

It's not a "reauthor", but technically a "remaster", and I have a feeling that might be an issue.

You are of course free to do what you want with it for personal use. :lol:

Well you didnt anwser my question.
+ is there any soft that can do ssaa on vids?
And im not gonna seed them here if the rules here forbid them.

spiritinaphoto
2007-02-17, 09:09 PM
Ummm...I don't think you can do this with software (and if you can it's probably very runtime intensive). From what I read, it sounds like this is a hardware thing, not a software thing. If you have a POS* integrated graphics chip, your system probably can't do this. If you have a nice dedicated graphics card, your system is probably already doing supersampling anti-aliasing (perhaps check your video card's BIOS at system startup and look at your settings).

*To prevent potential confusion, I do mean 'piece-of-shit', not some brand name.

WILDMAN 666
2007-02-18, 01:03 AM
Ummm...I don't think you can do this with software (and if you can it's probably very runtime intensive). From what I read, it sounds like this is a hardware thing, not a software thing. If you have a POS* integrated graphics chip, your system probably can't do this. If you have a nice dedicated graphics card, your system is probably already doing supersampling anti-aliasing (perhaps check your video card's BIOS at system startup and look at your settings).

*To prevent potential confusion, I do mean 'piece-of-shit', not some brand name.
So can you tell how does powerdvd or whatever its called make the image
better?(or so ive heard)

SundayDriver
2007-02-18, 03:48 AM
So can you tell how does powerdvd or whatever its called make the image
better?(or so ive heard)

The best thing that Power DVD does for interclaced video to make it "look good" for your computer screen is a basic de-interlace. My crappy windows media player does not do that, so on comparison there is a visable difference. For progressive scan video, it doesn't even make a difference though. My version of Power DVD also has adjustable color "selections".