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Scene change in the encoder has nothing to do with a script itself (maybe SCD in Temporal Filters), its a method to archive best effective Quality refreshment in the encoding.

BUT read my explanation above why its very risky to set SCD in low avg bitrate encodings like 3 Movies to one DVD-R or 6 vcd movies to one DVD-R. And shurely on OneCDencodings.

But thats all only IMHO Ind I proofed it only for myself.
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What is, at the moment, the better script for use with HybridFupp?
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Hi here

Thanks a lot for spending time testing HybridFuPP. Next version coming very soon...

@kwag
Could you give me a link to a little part of your source, so that I can test further ?

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What is, at the moment, the better script for use with HybridFupp?
?

HybFupp can be "seen" almost as an all in one function for DVD sources, as it gots internal resizing and filtering.
And its risky to apply for example another spatial softener etc. before or after the HybridFupp() call.
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Could you give me a link to a little part of your source, so that I can test further ?

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FuPP
Welcome FuPP
I'll send you a PM with a link, so you can download a piece of the VOB.

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03-11-2004, 02:16 PM
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incredible,
Thanks for bringing HybridFuPP to our attention. I would never have known about it if you had not posted information about it here. I have been trying HybridFuPP_071_b and it really does give amazing results.
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What is, at the moment, the better script for use with HybridFupp?
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HybFupp can be "seen" almost as an all in one function for DVD sources, as it gots internal resizing and filtering.
And its risky to apply for example another spatial softener etc. before or after the HybridFupp() call.
I'm sorry Inc, I supose that avs that calls hybfupp maybe should have
anothers sentences or functions.
Then how can I use hybfupp. I must to use it alone (not to call it from another avs)?
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03-11-2004, 02:47 PM
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Just put the HybridFupp function in your script and call it like any other function. You may need to read the previous posts here to get it working, but all the information has already been given.
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03-11-2004, 02:59 PM
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Prodater64
Just put the HybridFupp function in your script and call it like any other function. You may need to read the previous posts here to get it working, but all the information has already been given.
I was read it. But is to hard for me. To much tech for mi english. Sorry.
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03-11-2004, 04:56 PM
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Prodater64,
Then it is probably best to wait a while. Step by step guides should be available in a few weeks. Right now the function is still being developed.
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03-11-2004, 06:42 PM
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Greetings Fupp,
I can only congratulate you for your wonderful script.
It's the sharpest possible images while mantaining the compressability near to MA.
Usually MA compresses a tiny bit more than Hybrid but the resulting image is always better than MA.
Oh, boy! I hope you can join the best of MA with Hybrid with Kwag's help.
Cheers

PS: BTW it works ok with mencoder4win32 on a fake avi built with makeAVIS that comes with ffvfw.
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Hi rds_correia !

Thanks for your kind words. To be honest, I don't know MA a lot. I previously used Homie FR's FMF. I will of course have a look to MA very soon.

Cheers,

FuPP
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Hi FuPP ,I would also like to say Welcome and we are glad to have you here

My fisrt attempt at your script produced good results,takes a little longer but who cares
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03-11-2004, 08:38 PM
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@kwag (and all...)

Good news ! I've had a look to the sample you kindly provided to me and the ghosting effect you've seen will no more be present in the next version (it had already been corrected). actually, there were two phenomenons : first, SCD is not perfect at this time. So, the motion mask can sometimes interfer. BUT, it should normally not be visible.

The problem is that I use Unfilter for moving areas and this one has a bug with luma. As a solution, I changed a little bit (too much ) luma after unfilter. This has been removed in next version

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FuPP
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Hi FuPP ,I would also like to say Welcome and we are glad to have you here
Hey, thanks a lot !

Cheers,
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03-11-2004, 09:15 PM
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@kwad (and all...)
Good news ! I've had a look to the sample you kindly provided to me and the ghost effect you've seen will no more be present in the next version
Thanks FuPP
Can't wait for your new version

-kwag
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@kwad (and all...)
Good news ! I've had a look to the sample you kindly provided to me and the ghost effect you've seen will no more be present in the next version
Thanks FuPP
Can't wait for your new version

-kwag
yes, we all (Can't wait) too FuPP
great work.

your presence here is better than news , welcome

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03-12-2004, 10:24 AM
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Well, I just say as all the other: Welcome FuPP and congratulations on an excellent function/script! Looking forward to the next version.
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Here it is !

Be careful : need latest masktools 1.4.14 and latest avisynth 2.55

link (click right on link and save target) : http://fupp.chez.tiscali.fr/HybridFu...FuPP_084_b.zip

Change log :
- 0.84b:

- It is now possible to create personal processing chains
- advanced debug mode (displayed with colors, modes can be now combined)
- added a strength parameter for dark areas processing
- more speed
- no more limits concerning final size for chroma an dark (called ‘special’ in 0.7x versions) modes
- deringing (optional) is now done after resizing. Mod 16 size limit concerns now only final size.
- be careful : some parameters have been renamed (ex : special -> dark).
- parameters order has changed ! so be careful if you used unnamed parameters in previous releases :
ex hybridFupp(448,320,12,7,10,30,9,32,17,1,5,true,tru e,true,30,0)

Please read joined readme files for a lot more details and... enjoy

FuPP
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03-13-2004, 06:16 PM
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You got it FuPP
I just scrolled through the section where the artifact was showing, and it's gone bye bye

Thanks,
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