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syk2c11 11-18-2002 07:52 AM

Blockbuster + Nomosmooth filters
 
Using these 2 filters together, the black is too black, the background has NO blocks at all but is too black when background is black, it seems it had nothing behind the actor!

vico1 11-18-2002 11:38 AM

Re: Blockbuster + Nomosmooth filters
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by syk2c11
Using these 2 filters together, the black is too black, the background has NO blocks at all but is too black when background is black, it seems it had nothing behind the actor!

I found this to be be true too.
Using the latest releases of a combination of FluxSmooth, NoMoSmooth,
and Blockbuster, when rendering clips of "The Matrix", (a dark movie anyway) I
Found that the filters worked wonders at what the were suppose to do.
But..did make the clips appear pretty dark.

I was using a script straight into TMPGEnc outside of DvD2svcd.
It was on the 352x240 lbr templet as svcd mpeg2 at 29.97fps to be able
to play in my Apex 1100w (1meg) by the way.
They play great...http://www.digitalfaq.com/archives/error.gif

Too bad it won`t play mpeg1...http://www.digitalfaq.com/archives/i.../2002/11/1.gif




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SansGrip 11-18-2002 02:29 PM

Re: Blockbuster + Nomosmooth filters
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by syk2c11
Using these 2 filters together, the black is too black, the background has NO blocks at all but is too black when background is black, it seems it had nothing behind the actor!

Could you take each filter out of the script in turn and see if you can isolate which one is doing it, or if it's a combination of them? Then I can take a look at the filter and figure out why it's changing the overall luminosity.


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