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11-22-2002, 09:03 PM
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I think I've found a problem with one or both. As far as I can tell they seem to be doing as advertised, however after a while I think blockbuster is adding too much noise. Is it cumulative? because I start getting more and more noise as the movie progresses. I say this because I haven't had this problem until I started using fluxsmooth and blockbuster. I have a panasonic dvd player. rv26 model. Here's the script I'm using.

FluxSmooth()

######## Auto Strength, proportional strength depending on resolution #####
## Remove only one "#" on front of the resolution that matches your encoding.


BB_Resolution = 352*240
#BB_Resolution = 352*480
#BB_Resolution = 528*480
#BB_Resolution = 544*480
#BB_Resolution = 704*480

BB_StrengthConstant = 352 * 240 * 20 # Base strength
StrengthValue = round (BB_StrengthConstant / BB_Resolution)
Blockbuster( method="noise", detail_min=1, detail_max=10, variance=1 ) # Apply noise if complexity is <= 10%.
Blockbuster( method="sharpen", detail_min=20, detail_max=90, strength=StrengthValue) # Sharpen only if complexity is >= 20% AND <=90%.


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Originally Posted by Yoda
I think I've found a problem with one or both. As far as I can tell they seem to be doing as advertised, however after a while I think blockbuster is adding too much noise. Is it cumulative?
Sorry to hear you're having problems. No, the noise isn't cumulative. It should add the same amount to every frame in the movie (depending on the detail level of the frame, of course).

Are you using the latest versions of both (0.3 for Flux and 0.5 for Blockbuster)?

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I start getting more and more noise as the movie progresses.
That's very strange. Could you post a few screenshots that show the difference in amount of noise?
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