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Abond 03-31-2004 08:13 AM

Avisynth: Motion adaptive tweaking of HybridFupp?
 
It is just an idea, currently I cannot test (my computer is temp disabled).
nf=YDifferenceToNext()
This is the kern of the Motion adaptive script. So the idea is to use this value to tweak some settings in HybridFupp.
Any suggestions?

Dialhot 03-31-2004 08:17 AM

Lol.
In fact you don't have any idea at all just a question :-)

HybridPP is somehow already motion adaptative so there won't a lot of space for more tweaking. In the threshold used perhaps. But that won't be very efficient.

Abond 03-31-2004 08:23 AM

Anyway, I should try.
BTW, can you say me which is my question? :lol:

Dialhot 03-31-2004 08:38 AM

Actually I guess that your last line can be called "question" as it ends with a question mark :-D

Abond 03-31-2004 08:46 AM

Ah, this one. Heh, well, I can't say I am the most experienced Avisynth scripter... But the idea is an idea... :D

incredible 03-31-2004 09:08 AM

MA "recognises" motion by Y/Luma differencies,
HybridFupp does this by motionmask, so that are two diff. approaches and would get in conflict.

I got that integration of NF/YDifference-Idea in the time when QMF was out as it only got fixed values/routines which do kick in at a touched threshold. But no matter you still recognised these KickIns.

Abond 03-31-2004 09:19 AM

In fact I really meant the thresholds... Hmm let HybridFupp do the work...

FuPP 03-31-2004 04:37 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Abond
In fact I really meant the thresholds... Hmm let HybridFupp do the work...

Me do the work, guys !

:lol:

incredible 03-31-2004 04:49 PM

:lol:


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