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holgerschlegel 08-24-2003 08:12 AM

Avisynth: Message from linear motion adaptive filtering?

tried the MA-script for with avisynth 2.5.2. Playing the avs file shows the following text message generated by the MA part of the script:

Plane Difference: Only planar images (as YV12) supported!
The source is an avi captured from tv using the picvideo mjpeg codec.


fabrice 08-24-2003 10:20 AM


Try adding ConvertToYV12() after the avisource line.
This is because your avi file is encoded in another 'color scheme', like RGB24, YUY, ...


holgerschlegel 08-26-2003 02:08 AM


added ConvertToYV12() and now I get another error message. Something like "caught exception in evaluate script". Any ideas?


Dialhot 08-26-2003 03:11 AM

Unfortunaly, this happens without any known reason. You should drop some filters one by one to isoalte the one that cause you this problem on this particular source.

holgerschlegel 08-26-2003 09:59 AM

It is the MA part of the script because if I comment it out, the script works.


Dialhot 08-26-2003 12:30 PM

SO you are really unlucky :-(.

Try to replace temporalsoften by temporalcleaner and/or unfilter by asharp.
(ask if you don't know what are the values to put for these filters).

Edlund 08-26-2003 05:24 PM

I have the same problem, and this is the problematic line of the MA part:

ScriptClip("nf = YDifferenceToNext()"+chr(13)+ "nf >= SwitchThreshold ? \

When I try to delete just it I get errors, is it possible to remove only this line?

Dialhot 08-27-2003 04:08 AM

This line is not complete. When you have a "\" at the end taht means "line continue on the next one".

And you can remove all this part as it is the adaptative part of the MA !

But i sure that your problem is due to unfilter. Try to replace it by asharp (see history log of the latest optimal script to see which values we used to have some weeks ago when we used asharp in the fists version of the MA script).

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