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03-13-2003, 03:30 PM
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Which AVS filters should I use for:


Virtualvcr capture at 640x480 MJPEG when encoding with KVCD templates?

I am presently changing the KVCD templates to 29.97fps, full screen.
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03-14-2003, 11:31 AM
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FaeryDust() alone works wonders but is slow. You could also try this:
SpaceDust() or Convolution3D(preset="vhsBQ") and TemporalCleaner() or TemporalSmoother()..
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FaeryDust() alone works wonders but is slow. You could also try this:
SpaceDust() or Convolution3D(preset="vhsBQ") and TemporalCleaner() or TemporalSmoother()..
Using FaeryDust() and fluxsmooth()
Using Telecide() and Decimate()

Getting near perfect captures, but small motion jerks. Is there a more effective smoother? I need the best possible.

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VirtualVCR 640x480 MJPEG 19
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Hi nicksteel,

Check and see if the small jerks are present in your capture. If they are, they will also be present in your encode

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03-15-2003, 08:36 PM
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Hi nicksteel,

Check and see if the small jerks are present in your capture. If they are, they will also be present in your encode

-kwag
Checked my capture avi in VirtualDub. No jerks. It may be caused by Telecide() and Decimate(). It is a capture of Farside from tv. I'll try 29.97 in TEMPGEnc.

Changed to 29.97 and jerks went away. Picture quality suffers a little, but everything is smooth. I suppose Telecide() and Decimate() don't work with video captures.
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