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10-13-2006, 06:21 AM
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hi, I know you don't work with mencoder but... I do!

I use linux and i can't use tmpegenc.

So here's my problem:

I have lokked at your "optimal scripts" ofr avisynth: ok
I can foresee what they do but can you tell me what they exactly do.

I mean, if I take the
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temporalsmoothe(1,2)
one, what are the parameters and what does it mean ? Is there a doc for these functions ?

Am I clear ?

Also, is there a avisynth/mencoder filters comparison somewhere ?
thx.
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10-13-2006, 07:10 AM
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There are 2 places where to find the documentation of a command :
- first is to go on avisynth site to look at the online manual (but the site is currently off).

- second, when the command is not internal to avisynth, is in the documentation delivered with the plugin. That means that you have to retrieve all the plugins, even if what you need is just the doc

I put the whole content of my "plugin" directory there :
http://perso.wanadoo.fr/dialhot/Avis...ll_Plugins.rar

In the archive you will find a "Docs" directory where all the docs are. I hope that you can open a .rar under linux

Note: temporalsmoother is part of a very old lib (mpeg2dec) that I don't use anymore, so you will not find the doc for it in my archive. The doc is there :
http://users.win.be/dividee/avisynth.html
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10-13-2006, 09:11 AM
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ok ,thx a lot!
I'll take a look at these docs...

I just want to find an equivalence between avisynth filters and mencoder.

PS: don't care about RAR files, I can open it on linux.

thx.
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10-13-2006, 09:56 AM
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So! I've read docs and I think I could find "conversions" from mencoder but I can't find the docs for these functions:
MergeChroma
MergeLuma
blur

do you know where I cna find docs for these functions ?

thx.
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10-13-2006, 02:20 PM
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In the Avisynth documentation at www.avisynth.org (whenever it is back up again).
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10-16-2006, 04:19 AM
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hi all!

I've read the plugins docs... but there are very few explanations

Can someone could explain what exactly do the functions in the optimal script (I just need the optimal script) ?

Like
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The ScriptClip function takes the n preview frames and the n next frames and makes a soften mask on the frame if the difference between...
I don't need all explanations but I just want to know what they do... In order to convert it on mencoder.
For exemple, in the ScriptClip there's a variable "nf".. what's it ?

Thx!
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10-16-2006, 05:25 AM
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I don't need all explanations but I just want to know what they do... In order to convert it on mencoder.
Let make it short : you won't be abble to convert this to mencoder !
Scriptclip is a way to adapt the script according to what is in the picture. The script is no more static, but dynamic.

To convert that into mencoder you need to have "something" that can analyse the picture, then decide what filter to apply. This "something" exists only in avisynth AFAIK.

Note: "nf" represents the result of this "something". It stores the "Y difference to next frame" (Y = average luma of the current frame).
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10-16-2006, 07:20 AM
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ok thanks a lot...
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