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04-30-2002, 03:25 PM
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How you get that to work with avisynth, I'll been searching in vcdhelp forum but seem nothing to work.

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How you get that to work with avisynth, I'll been searching in vcdhelp forum but seem nothing to work.

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SpatialSoften is part of AviSynth. Just like TemporalSoften.

Here are the function commands:

SpatialSoften(radius,luma_threshold,chroma_thresho ld,clip)
TemporalSoften(radius,luma_threshold,chroma_thresh old,clip)

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04-30-2002, 03:54 PM
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Could you show me a example I try before i got a black screen with red text saying: script error: invalid arguments to function 'SpatialSoften'

this what I put in my script which give this error.

SpatialSoften(1,3,3)

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04-30-2002, 04:03 PM
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Could you show me a example I try before i got a black screen with red text saying: script error: invalid arguments to function 'SpatialSoften'

this what I put in my script which give this error.

SpatialSoften(1,3,3)

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If you really want to try it, you can use:
SpatialSoften( 2,2,2 )

But I suggest to use TemporalSmoother( 2,2 )

You'll notice better quality and faster encoding.

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04-30-2002, 04:11 PM
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thanks anyway i try that still give me error.
It okay I just stick to TemporalSmoother, there were little bit noise block that still appear even on default setting.

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