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Hi folks!

As for now i am encoding DVD rips, that i rip myself with the KVCD PLUS 704x576 template (pal) and the quality is really great!

For DivX Files i use the temporal smoother option in avisynth (what settings should i use here best??).

but would i increase quality using the temporal smoother filter for my own DVD rips too? would i have to change the settings?
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Hi folks!

As for now i am encoding DVD rips, that i rip myself with the KVCD PLUS 704x576 template (pal) and the quality is really great!

For DivX Files i use the temporal smoother option in avisynth (what settings should i use here best??).

but would i increase quality using the temporal smoother filter for my own DVD rips too? would i have to change the settings?
Don't use temporal smoother on digital sources, unless it's a bad quality DVD or DivX. If you do use it, then use it like TemporalSmoother(1,2).
For Analog captures, where you have inherent noise induced in your cables, etc, use TemporalSmoother(2,2)
Higher values start to create fading and blurring effects during motion.

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Why do i only get some colord lines and no picture when i use TemporalSmoother?
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I cannot for the life of me get the temporal smoother to work. I always have TMPGenc telling me that it dosen't understand the command.

I'm using the Version of AVISynth that Kwag reccomended along with TMPGenc Plus 2.57 ......

Arg ....!!
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You can try SpatialSoften / TemporalSoften
Read about them here: http://math.berkeley.edu/~benrg/avis...e.html#filters

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I had the same problems with Temporal Smoother, what I did was re-install EVERYTHING to one folder, including all the DLL's. Be sure to copy the DLL's to your System and System32 folders. So try to re-install the AVISynth, teh decomb dll, teh mpeg2ec dll if required. Now if you are using FitCD, on the bottom right had side you will see a small "block" be sure to click on that and "re-open" the mpeg2dec.dll, that way you are sure you have the right DLL. After I did this everything worked great, no more problems with TMPGEnc. Hopes this helps. On last thing, if you see the # just in front of Temporal Smoother line be sure to delete this.

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I can see by the way I type I need to stop by Wal Mart and pick up some smaller fingers, I know the keyboard is working great, just the fingers, need to replace...............................

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I had the same problems with Temporal Smoother, what I did was re-install EVERYTHING to one folder, including all the DLL's. Be sure to copy the DLL's to your System and System32 folders. So try to re-install the AVISynth, teh decomb dll, teh mpeg2ec dll if required. Now if you are using FitCD, on the bottom right had side you will see a small "block" be sure to click on that and "re-open" the mpeg2dec.dll, that way you are sure you have the right DLL. After I did this everything worked great, no more problems with TMPGEnc. Hopes this helps. On last thing, if you see the # just in front of Temporal Smoother line be sure to delete this.

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Oh Well, I wuz hoping to aviod that , but I'll give it a shot ...

Thanks Kwag & Bud...

P.S. Bud; Sometimes mee 2 no typie so good ... Cheers
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I was wondering if it is a good idea to use some avisynth filters (temporal smoother) together with TMPGEnc filters (like simple color correction), or would that screw up a lot?

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