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tengo6dedos 08-20-2008 01:46 PM

Help with double-hard telecine ?

I have this source and i think is double hard telecine but im not sure, i tried forcing with dgindex then i tried a simple:


but sill got some interlaced frames, i also read that anime is a bit difficult to treat when having this issue so im better askin

here is a sample

thanks a lot for your help

Dialhot 08-21-2008 01:00 PM

I first tried this :

DGDecode_Mpeg2Source("D:\Mes KVCD\atado.d2v")

That gives good results (no more combed frames), but according to the TIVTC documentation (where tmf and tdecimate functions are implemented), the correct qay to deal with an anime should be :

DGDecode_Mpeg2Source("D:\Mes KVCD\atado.d2v")
tfm(d2v="D:\Mes KVCD\atado.d2v")

Unfortunately this one give me an error, as tfm does not understand the d2v. So I looked for a more recent version of the plugin and I found this on doom9 :
AnimeIVTC() - No more blends, jerky movement, residual combing nor jagged edges!
This script should solve all your issues.

Note: divertendo intendere un japanime in italiano :lol:

tengo6dedos 08-21-2008 04:45 PM

thanks, ill try tfm() which plugin is that?

I also found AnimeIVTC before asking but when doin this:

AnimeIVTC(mode=2,aa=3,killbomc=2) some filtering gave me 0.3 fps :(

in the AnimeIVTC guide the guy says he recomend to do a lossless rendering pass with this function alone because is very slow, but i dont think is gettin any better in my w.c. computer

finally since we here :lol: ..what kind of filterin aiming for compression would you use in this one?


Dialhot 08-21-2008 06:31 PM

As I said, the plugin is TIVTC and you will find it on doom9 too (or you can find my avisynth dir as usual here :
But as I said, my version is old.

I don't do a lot of anime but some classic cartoons like Disney, I generally use Dup() on them.


tengo6dedos 08-29-2008 01:30 PM

yes, dup helps removing duplicates but i fear that audio sync may go off, is that correct?

Dialhot 08-29-2008 04:12 PM

It does not remove duplicates, it replace row of image that are very close by several intances of the same frame. This way the compression is better.

tengo6dedos 09-02-2008 12:04 PM

thanks for the info!

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