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01-18-2003, 11:37 PM
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Correct, Dust doesn't yet support avisynth 2.5. It may after the total rewrite that the author has referred to doing.
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01-19-2003, 11:41 AM
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528x480 KVCDX3 ver 2.0 and avisynth 2.5

well I used temporalsoften(3,10,10,scenechange=10,mode=2)
on a 1hr 40min movie with fluxsmooth and it made the movie 10 meg smaller in size from when I used fluxsmooth and temporalsmoother(2,2)

The results were very good... maybe a little too smooth in some areas...
Very watchable on a 27" television
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01-28-2003, 03:03 PM
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Hehe, this just never ends
I can see it clearly in the (not too distant) future: The KVCD 300 minute
(U)ltraLBR
-kwag
KwaG,
remember the old vcdhelp thread about 3hr's worth of movie on one cdr...

we turned a rock on that one, and few interesting things crawled out eh?


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01-28-2003, 05:20 PM
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KwaG,
remember the old vcdhelp thread about 3hr's worth of movie on one cdr...

we turned a rock on that one, and few interesting things crawled out eh?


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Oh yes , I'll never forget that (those!) threads
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01-29-2003, 10:28 AM
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I got some really bad results on one of latest encodings using
Convolution3D (HQmovie) 'Snow Falling on Cedars'
A lot of blurry blocks on dark areas - looks like a high compress JPEG.

Switched to FaeryDust & TemporalCleaner and got much better results

Please, tell me about your experiences with Convolution3D!

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01-29-2003, 10:40 AM
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Switched to FaeryDust & TemporalCleaner and got much better results

Please, tell me about your experiences with Convolution3D!
What about:

SpaceDust() and TemporalCleaner()

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01-29-2003, 10:58 AM
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What about:

SpaceDust() and TemporalCleaner()
yep, allready tried this combination too and it worked fine, but i'am not
sure yet which filter(combination) is best. It seems to different for
different movies But I use SpaceDust for encodes on my slow machine
(P3 800) for the advantage of speed and mostly FaeryDust on my
AMD-2400. What is your opionion about PixieDust???

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01-29-2003, 11:00 AM
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What is your opionion about PixieDust???
It's too strong. I assume that's good for analog TV and VHS captures. I don't use it on DVD backups.

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