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You have promised your optimal script for dvd sources but I haven´t seen it yet? Can you post it?
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I do not have such script so it's hard to promise it

I have scripts for avi->kvcd that can be use for every medium/bad quality sources encoded with a DCT based codec (mpeg4/mpeg1/mpeg2). That means tjat I recommand it for instance for making VCD -> KVCD or SVCD -> KVCD.

But for clean sources, MA script has better result. Even if I do not use it personnaly (that's perhaps what you read).

You can find "my" scripts there :

http://www.kvcd.net/forum/viewtopic.php?t=7223
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Effectively, as I told some times, I NEVER use any sharpening filters in my scripts (asharp or unfilter with negative values)
(I even never used the optimal MA script as it is given on the site except when I tested it when it was released).

Kwag explained why there is this "sharpening then bluring" operation in the script but I never stuck with the explanation and, like you, I prefer to remove it (and use Lanczosresize to obtain an sharper image than with bicubic).
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I'll post it tonight because I'm at the office right now.
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Okay ! I remember.

I was talking about my adaptation of MA script ! But in fact all is explained in the line you quoted !

Remove the Asharp line and use "Lanczosresize" to obtain a sharper image. That's all you have to do.
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Ok, thanks!
Edit: What about the Limiter(), is there any reason to use it?
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Ok, thanks!
Edit: What about the Limiter(), is there any reason to use it?
I forgot that. You can let it but it is useless and I removed it also.
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Ok, thanks!
Edit: What about the Limiter(), is there any reason to use it?
I forgot that. You can let it but it is useless so I removed it also but this part isn't as important as the diff on the asharp line.
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