I’m trying to upscale 4:3 interlaced DVD’s using Topzas AI Video. VEAI can turn video into TIFF images but I lose the black bars giving me a resolution of 1440x1080. Also it doubles the framerate from 25 to 50. I would like to author these DVD’s to Blu-ray
How do I drop the framerate and add the black bars so that I meet Blu-ray compatibility?
Could you recommend some software?
I’ve tried experimenting with StaxRip, QTGMC and FFmpeg with limited success.
My options seem to be:
1280x720 at 50fps
1920x1080 at 50fps interlaced
1920x1080 at 25fps
I tried FFmpeg with this code but was told it was not Blu-ray compatibility
ffmpeg -r 50…00 -f image1 -s 1440x1080 -i %06d.tiff -vcdec libx264 crf 10 -pix_fmt yuv420p
This is the link I’m using as a reference
This should be simple I dont understand why it is not.
Upscale 4:3, adjust framerate, author to blu ray. This is really deppressing. I was looking forward to upscaling my obsolete DVD’s. A distraction during lockdown.
I don’t understand how to make this happen. What does BD Rebuilder do? Does it add borders? Change framerates. Is tsMuxer the same?
What about other software like davinci resolvei, DVD Architect Studio or TMPGEnc Authoring Works 6
I’ve had some luck with VirtualDub2
Thanks for any help