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05-13-2022, 03:10 PM
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I'm using the DeJitter.dll plugin for a video. I would like to know if possible can insert it on select frame numbers because I want to adjust the filter usage.

This is the script code without frame number:
Code:
DeJitter(last,jmax=40,th=80, wsyn=8, extend=true)
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05-14-2022, 05:22 AM
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The frame number is not one of its parameters, so you can't. However you can use Trim() to select the frame(s) where to apply the filter with a given set of parameters.

v1=video_org.Trim(x,y).DeJitter(last,jmax=40,th=80 , wsyn=8, extend=true)\
++video_org.Trim(z,t).DeJitter(last,jmax=40,th=60, wsyn=8, extend=true)

or use ConditionalFilter() plugin or ApplyRange() (inside Animate() plugin) or ConditionalReader() plugin where you specify the frames in a text file

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05-14-2022, 06:57 AM
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With applyrange you can:

example For:
DeJitter(last,jmax=40,th=80, wsyn=8, extend=true,uselast=false)
If you want to filter the range of frames 850 to 860

Quote:
ApplyRange(850,860,"DeJitter",40,80,8,true,false)
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