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12-27-2005, 09:31 AM
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Hi guys,
Sorry for bothering but I was wondering, what scripts are you running right now.
I know you guys have been trying out LimitedSharpen and LRemoveDust.
But in which cases to apply any of those?
For instance I hear that LS() should be used on "non-Anamorphic to Anamorphic" encodes.
In such sense is it any good on "Anamorphic to Anamorphic" encodes?
And what about LRemoveDust?
In which cases does it work good?
Any other scripts or combo-scripts you've been using?
I'd like to see a new "newest optimal scripts" thread .
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12-27-2005, 09:39 AM
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For what I saw, LRmoveDust is good anytime, anywhere

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For instance I hear that LS() should be used on "non-Anamorphic to Anamorphic" encodes.
In such sense is it any good on "Anamorphic to Anamorphic" encodes?
You misunderstood the sentence : the meaning is that you should not do any non-A -> A without using LS(). It does not mean that LS() must be used only for that.
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12-27-2005, 12:37 PM
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Ok .
So should LRemoveDust be used with LS() in a combo?
If it should in which occasions?
LS() is still very slow right?
So I'm just trying to see if it is worth using regularly like:
LRemoveDust(17,2).LS()
BTW which parameters to use in LS() have worked with you guys.
Other than LRemoveDust and LS() is there any other plugins worth trying out right now?
Any motion adaptive scripts out there?
I want to do some testing of my own but I s*ck big time when it comes to scripting .
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12-27-2005, 12:47 PM
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LS() is still very slow right?
Not on my P4 with avs2.5.6a.
It is faster than Deen()+RemoveGrain() that I used before and the result are better.

For using it in combo with LS(), I didn't do any test yet but I'm still convinced that a sharpener must be use only when necessary (the non-A -> A for instance).

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BTW which parameters to use in LS() have worked with you guys.
I always use (17,2)
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12-27-2005, 04:15 PM
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Not on my P4 with avs2.5.6a.
It is faster than Deen()+RemoveGrain() that I used before and the result are better.
You mean you use LS() to replace Deen().RemoveGrain()?
And you say it's faster and better?
Cool .

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For using it in combo with LS(), I didn't do any test yet but I'm still convinced that a sharpener must be use only when necessary (the non-A -> A for instance).
Are you refering to LRemoveDust or LS?
Did you mean "For using it in a combo with LRemoveDust()"?

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I always use (17,2)
You mean you always use LRemoveDust(17,2) or LS(17,2)?
I can't see how you would use LS(17,2) so I guess those figures are for LRemoveDust, right?
If so, then which figures would be advisable to use in LS?
When alone and when in a combo like LRemoveDust(17,2).LS(xx,yy).
Or should it be LS(xx,yy).LRemoveDust(17,2)?
Sorry for all these newbie questions but I really s*ck at scripting.
The only thing I can do (in scripting) is crop/resize and hardcoded subs .
And I know how Andrej functions work like ADS, slicer, etc...
Thanks again.
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12-27-2005, 04:44 PM
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You mean you use LS() to replace Deen().RemoveGrain()?
And you say it's faster and better?
Cool .
No, I meant LRemoveDust
I did not use LS anywhere for the moment.

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LRemoveDust(17,2).LS(xx,yy).
Or should it be LS(xx,yy).LRemoveDust(17,2)?
Denoise first then sharpen. Always.
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12-27-2005, 05:53 PM
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Thanks for the tips Phil .
Anyone else interested in posting other good scripts?
Anyone?
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Hi Rui

I'm with Phil here, and I use LRemovedust(17,1) or (17,2) (depending on the source...).
No resize, just the LRemovedust-filter.

I use it with HC encoder and usually put two movies on one DVD5 with AC3 audio. (Movies are 16:9)

Looks good on my Panasonic SAP...

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Thanks for the thumbs up on LRemoveDust.
BTW do you do Anamorphic or non-anamorphic?
Since you're in PALland (aren't you?) you should probably resize to 704x576.
That would give you better results than 720x576 according to Incredible's findings.
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... crop to 704x...
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12-28-2005, 01:51 AM
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I'm a lremovedust "fan" also

If I use LS(), I usually use these settings in combo with lremovedust:

lremovedust(4,1)
limitedsharpen(ss_x=1, ss_y=1, smode=4, strenght=50, soft=20)

But, LS() is still slow. There is a faster implementation for LS, but I haven't tried it yet.
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12-28-2005, 01:57 AM
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I also make use of LRemoveDust in almost every KDVD I encode. Usually (17,1), sometimes (17,2), and from time to time (4,2) even (4,3), even I don't get much more compression compared to (17,2).
I even tried once the "grey" option for a black and white movie, and worked OK.

For noisy captures, I sometimes use HybridFuPP (do you remember about it...?), that lets me tweak denoising more. But it's sloooow.
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12-28-2005, 02:25 AM
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Thanks for the suggestions guys.
Keep 'em comin'.
@digi.doc
Of course I still remember HybridFuPP.
And I still remember why I wasn't so much of a fan: it was veeery slow but indeed with it you can tweak the denoising to your taste.
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Sorry if I go a little...

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I wanted to give FFT3Dfilter a try (I read about it at Doom9, together with HybridFuPP for instance), but i don't manage to download FFTW3.DLL from http://www.fftw.org, nor ftp. And they claim it's needed to work with this filter.
Can you point me to other place to download it?. I see Boulder was also active in that forum, can you help me?. Does it worth?.
Thanx.
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12-28-2005, 08:31 AM
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@Digitall.doc

Get it HERE

CYA!
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Thanx Danpos, already downloaded. I'll try and test.

Yes Rui, you're right, HybridFuPP is too slow.
I just use it in very little occasions, filtering VHS captures. To get extra quality I need to wait more time, that's all.

I also remember trying vaguedenoiser, mipsmooth,...also slooooooow.
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12-28-2005, 02:10 PM
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I only did VHS to KDVD once and that was a favor to a friend of mine.
I tried HybridFuPP and ADS and what I can say is that ADS did a faster and better looking job than FuPP.
But I don't know FuPP that well and perhaps I wasn't using it properly or something.
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12-30-2005, 08:26 PM
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I'm trying to update my script, and wanted to implement LimitedSharpen - but I seem to be stuck before I even begin.

I have MaskTools v1.5.5 included in my plugin folder, and for good measure, even included the line:

"loadplugin("C:\Program Files\AviSynth 2.5\plugins\Masktools.dll")

in my script, but when I try to run my script, I get this error:

Script Error: There is no function named "mt_edge"...

Anyone have this error before and/or know how to resolve it?

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12-31-2005, 03:34 AM
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You need the latest Masktools 2.0 alpha.
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12-31-2005, 04:05 AM
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Look here http://www.kvcd.net/forum/viewtopic....16094&start=54.
(bottom post)
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