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01-07-2004, 07:44 AM
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Pixie, feary, gold, space ... (did I forgot something?).
At first I must say that i have no opinion on any of it. I just want to hear youre preferences (with some short explanation: why). I only will mention that I'm also pointing in fastest (with god visual results) (as everybody I thik so).
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But please do not about it. Alwais when I point some question i this forum, people starting to fight
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If you would read in the docs of the dust package every dust filter got its special purpose (spatial/Temporal).
So you can't just determine a favorite in general. Its all about the source which as to be handled.

But in case of Pixiedust look here
http://www.kvcd.net/forum/viewtopic.php?t=6863

But that's a case of a capture. In case of good DVD Sources we don't need that AVS 2.0x Stuff.

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Alwais when I point some question i this forum, people starting to fight
Where??? Fighting?? Maybe you mean that GOP-Anime-Thread??
Nope, here we do discuss, sometimes in a hard way, but as seen as a whole almost every discussion gots its sense and brings new conclusions Or I see it not enough sensible ... I don't know
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Yes, I've readed this post before, and i must say ... it's Icredible
Thx for a tip
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PixieDust with the Default values works VERY well to remove Noise from a clip, and gives great compression.

Too sad the filter is one of the slowest ever made...

so if you're looking for speed, you can dump Dust!
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