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Eng Course- Learning VirtualDub The complete guide to capturing, processing, and encoding digital video - Download Free PDF




Table of Contents 
Introduction 1
Chapter 1: Introducing VirtualDub  5
What is VirtualDub?  6
The World of VirtualDub  8
Software 8
VDubMod   9
AviSynth  9
Users 9
About this Book  10
Installation Preview  11
About VirtualDub  11
What VirtualDub Can Do  12
Capturing Video with VirtualDub  13
VirtualDub's Early Development Years  13
Ongoing Development  14
About VDubMod  14
About AviSynth  16
Downloading and Installing VirtualDub  17
Additional Filters  17
VirtualDub Source Code  19
Downloading and Installing VDubMod  20
Downloading and Installing AviSynth  20
Filters 24
Desktop Icons and Your Default Player  24
Summary 24
Chapter 2: Video Capture Equipment  25
Analog Video Resources  26
Digital Video Resources  28Table of Contents
The Nature of DV (Digital Video)  29
Streaming Video  30
Different Types of Capturing Devices  31
Internal versus External Equipment  33
What to Buy  34
Installing Capturing Equipment  35
Connecting Video Resources to the Capture Card  36
Final Tips and Optimizations for Better Video Capture  38
Summary 40
Chapter 3: Capture Preprocessing  41
Defining an Input Source for VirtualDub  42
File Settings  44
Audio Settings  45
Video Settings  48
Compressing Input Signals while Capturing  50
Cropping Videos  52
Removing Unwanted Noises from Videos  53
Reducing File Size  53
Unusual Resolutions and Formats  54
Histogram 54
Capture Settings  55
The Buffer  57
Saving Current Configurations for Future Reference  57
The Synchronization Problem  58
Chunks 58
Capture Duration Restrictions  59
Summary 62
Chapter 4: Processing with VirtualDub  63
VirtualDub Processing Functions  64
Append, Cut, Copy, and Paste  64
Filtering 65
Extraction of Stills  66
Sound Processing  66
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Frame Rate Conversion  67
Field Interlace  68
External Processing and Frameserving  69
Example Processing  69
Summary 72
Chapter 5: Basic Functionality  73
Appending 76
Extracting Stills  77
Summary 78
Chapter 6: Video Filtering in VirtualDub  79
How Filters Work  80
Pipelines 80
Why is the Order Important  81
Built-In Filters  81
Smoothing and Blurring  84
Gaussian Blur  84
Smoothing  85
Motion Blur  86
Sharpen 87
Emboss 88
Flip 89
Rotate 90
Invert 91
Color Fill  91
Superimposing a Logo Image  93
Convolution 94
Grayscale and Black & White Video  97
Brightness/Contrast and Hue/Saturation/Value Adjustment  98
Cropping and Resizing  101
Black Bars Wrapping the Video  101
Cropping Black Bars from the Video  103
Resizing 104
Subtitles 107
Creating the Subtitles  109
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Burning the Subtitles in your Video  111
Multiplexing Subtitles in AVI using AVIMux GUI  112
External Subtitles  113
Adding More Filters to Your Collection  114
Summary 114
Chapter 7: Professional Video Editing  115
Installing a New Plug-in  115
Logo Removal Filters  116
Logo Removal with DeLogo  116
Removing Solid Elements from an Image  117
Removing Alpha-Blended Parts of a Frame  120
An Easier Way of Removing Logos  123
The Fastest Way of Removing a Logo with Logo Away  124
Using Other Logo Away Controls  126
More Convenience in Removing Logos  126
Putting Desired Information on the Video  128
Image Processing Filters  128
Decreasing Color Noise with CNR  129
The Algorithm Behind This Plug-in  129
Removing Shadows from Video  130
Filters for Fun  132
Defining Simple Transitions for Video with FadeFX  132
Half Toning Video  132
Fading between Various Hues  134
Colorizing it More  135
Pixellate Effect  135
A 1920's Cinema Plug-in  136
Summary 138
Chapter 8: Advanced Topics  139
Color Television  139
Frame Rates  140
Changing the Playback Speed of Video  141
Changing the Actual Frame Rate  143
Conversion between PAL and NTSC  144
Dealing with Interlaced Sources  145
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De-Interlacing Methods  148
Field Bob  148
Field Swap  150
Hazardous Habits—How to Preserve Quality  151
Re-Compressing Video  151
VirtualDub Processing Modes  152
Recovering Damaged Files  153
Manually Controlling Input/Output Colorspaces  156
Summary 156
Chapter 9: Frameserving  159
What is AviSynth?  159
What Frameservers Can Do  160
Setting Up the VirtualDub Frameserver  161
Serving Frames with VirtualDub  162
Setting Up AviSynth  163
Introduction to AviSynth Scripts  163
Variables 164
Source Filter and Supported Formats  165
Loading Third-Party Plug-ins in AviSynth  165
Separating the Fields of an Interlaced Video  166
Summary 166
Chapter 10: Compressing: A World of Codecs  169
Interoperability and Open Standards  172
Older Codecs  173
Adding Codecs  174
Compressing Video  175
Saving the Video  176
Job Control  177
Calculating the Video and Audio Bitrate  178
Variable, Average, and Constant Bitrate Modes  180
Multi-Pass Encoding  180
Encoding with DivX  181
Encoding with XviD  185
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MPEG-4 in AVI Interoperability  188
Compressing the Audio  189
Multiplexing Audio and Video  191
Summary 192
Index 193

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