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Old 25 Oct 2005, 08:06 AM   #31
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The only time you don't have to use the load command is if it (the dll) exists in the AVISYNTH plug-ins folder.
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Old 25 Oct 2005, 10:55 AM   #32
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The only time you don't have to use the load command is if it (the dll) exists in the AVISYNTH plug-ins folder.

All the dlls I've referred to, including FluxSmooth25, do exist in the Avisynth plug-ins folder. (Sorry, I wasn't clear enough about this.) Hence the reason I didn't bother with the 'Load' command.

(I'll give it another shot tonight, check my setup, etc, & get back to you.)
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Old 25 Oct 2005, 06:01 PM   #33
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Finally got it to load. Used FluxSmoothT in rebuilder's avisynth editor instead of just FluxSmooth. (Helps if you read the documentation that comes with the dll.)
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Old 25 Oct 2005, 07:41 PM   #34
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ok, case closed then i guess?

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Old 30 Oct 2005, 04:52 PM   #35
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If I was just to leave Undot and fluxsmooth on all the time even for movies that dont need it would it cause a problem
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Old 30 Oct 2005, 08:48 PM   #36
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imho it would

- it'll take way more time than necessary to encode your material
- perfect material will be smoothed a bit too much
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Old 30 Oct 2005, 09:12 PM   #37
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OK thanks
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Old 25 Nov 2005, 12:16 AM   #38
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new user.
yesterday i had my first success with DVD-RB v0.96.(great help came from UncasMS)
was with SWIII using CCE encoder.
the dvd source is a little dark for my taste.(ntsc-region 4)

please,i need recommendations to encrease brightness( 5 ~10%) without solarizations in the result.
what filter can i use?
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Old 25 Nov 2005, 12:22 AM   #39
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Use the Tweak filter. It's built in and doesn't require any loads...

http://www.avisynth.org/Tweak

You might try this to brighten it a bit:

Tweak(hue=0, sat=1, bright=10, cont=1)

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Old 25 Nov 2005, 12:47 AM   #40
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jdobbs,
tweak is for Avisynth 2.0x only (a pity).
any other?


thanks for dvd-rb,is really cool!
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Uh.... no. I use it all the time with v2.55 (and v2.56)...

Glad to know you like it!

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Old 25 Nov 2005, 01:37 AM   #42
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all right.

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Old 25 Nov 2005, 07:11 AM   #43
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few screenshots:

vob source:

full picture


Tweak(hue=0,sat=1,bright=6,cont=1)
(little more brightness-thanks jdobbs)

full picture


Tweak(hue=0, sat=1, bright=6, cont=1)
FFT3DFilter(bt=-1,sharpen=0.6)
(great sharp filter)

full picture

.pngs from imageshck don't show the right result as my bmps from vdubmod.
FFT3DFilter is slow as hell(if hell have any speed)

Tweak Plugin
FFT3DFilter

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I dont know if any of you has used this filter but I use ONLY this one for my encodes using avisynth + any encoder.

#-----------------------------------------------
LRemoveDust_YV12(17,1)

function LRemoveDust_YV12(clip input, int clmode, int "limit")
{
limit=default(limit,2)
clmode=default(clmode,17)
repmode = 2
clensed = Clense(input)
rep = Repair(clensed, input, mode=repmode)
rg = RemoveGrain(rep, mode=clmode)
return LimitChange(rg, input, limit, LimitU=255 )

}
#------------------------------------------------------

It works wonders on any source and is fast. You need the latest package of removegrain for this, along with the dll's that work on your processor, i.e SSE2/3 or generic. Its a function using a combination of filters.

The plugins used are :

RepairSSE3.dll, RemoveGrainSSE3.dll, SSE3Tools.dll (SSE? depends on your processor)

Copy the function above and save it as an .avsi file using notepad along with the other filters.

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That FFT3D is magnificent output. I'd never play with the brightness though.

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