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Old 26th October 2009, 12:33   #21  |  Link
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Fritzphoto is awesome! I use it all the time.
A request: Descreen filter for scans of printed media.
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Old 27th October 2009, 18:40   #22  |  Link
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Another hint. If you create a directory "Fritz Photo" in the user application directory, you can copy all ini files (FritzPhoto.ini and subdirectory "etc") to this directory. Fritz Photo first try to read ini files from this directory (multi user support).

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Old 29th October 2009, 23:20   #23  |  Link
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Added a font combo box on the AviSynth Scripts page. You have the choice between Courier, Courier New, Lucida Console und Raize (included in the program directory).
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Old 30th October 2009, 08:29   #24  |  Link
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little request

add a subtitle string to image

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Old 30th October 2009, 14:32   #25  |  Link
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There is already a script "Subtitle" in the template directory.
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Old 30th October 2009, 14:46   #26  |  Link
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doh!

i missed it
thanks!

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Old 9th November 2009, 15:14   #27  |  Link
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And is there an option so that Fritz Photo doesn't rename files?
I've changed that behavior. Now, there is a check box, called "Suffix", where you can deactivate the extension "_<Width>x<Height>". So the input file name will be the same as the output file name. If a file exists, now a message dialog appears, where you must confirm to overwrite a file. You can also choose "Yes to All" and "No to All".
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Added SmoothLevels to the template directory.



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Old 24th November 2009, 00:42   #29  |  Link
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AviSynth processes are running as threads now.
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Old 24th November 2009, 08:03   #30  |  Link
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thanks Archimedes for these updates!

i have used your application several times, and it's freaking awesome!

maybe not tuned for newbie of avisynth... but it's very usefull!

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Old 24th November 2009, 16:48   #31  |  Link
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AviSynth exceptions not shown anymore. I will upload a fixed version today.
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Old 25th November 2009, 23:10   #32  |  Link
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AviSynth exception handling fixed.
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Old 10th December 2009, 15:29   #33  |  Link
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Added JPC (JPEG 2000 Code Stream), PDF (Portable Document Format), EPS (Adobe Encapsulated PostScript) and PS (Adobe PostScript File) format. The memory leaks in ImmaRead are fixed now. Thanks again to Wilbert. The environment variable for the Immaavs plugin has changed:

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MAGICK_HOME = <Fritz Photo program directory>\dll\ImageMagick
Updated the following plugins: FFmpegSource2, GScript, Immaavs and dfttest.

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Old 10th December 2009, 21:08   #34  |  Link
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PDF (Portable Document Format), EPS (Adobe Encapsulated PostScript) and PS (Adobe PostScript File) format.
I think you will miss the necessary libraries for these formats, or did you try these formats? I have some time this weekend to look at it.
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I've tested it before. I can read and write all formats (pdf, eps and ps) with the old libraries. As soon as the new libraries works, i will update it.

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maybe not tuned for newbie of avisynth...
I already thinking about that. One step in that direction was the script "FritzPhotoResize" where the user is not confronted directly with a script. The user can set his parameters on the next page. But that is not exactly the way, i will go. I was thinking about an script inspector which (automatically) shows the parameters the same way as an object inspector in development tools. The user should have the choice between editing "source code" and the GUI alternative. A similar way like AvsP is also possible. There are many ways we can go. However, the output will always be the same.

I'm also thinking about manually generating masks, where the user can define an area where the filter hast to be applied (selective filtering). For each filter (script) the user can manually define a mask. And so on.

It's not bad at all, when a solution has the possibility to ferment.

And feel free to make your own "Fritz Photo scripts", if you missed one. Keep in mind, the color space is always RGB32 or (double sized) YV12. YV12 normally requires a filter, where luma and chroma channels can be processed separately (the double sized luma channel has to be resized beforehand whereas the chroma channels can be filtered directly). Take care about unnecessary color space conversion. And last but not least we have to save the alpha channel (if any). To make a story short, take a look at the templates and you will see, how they work.

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Updated the newer ImageMagick libraries. Thanks to Wilbert.
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Great, some nice additions/improvements since I last tried it!

Some things I'd like to see in future...

- Steady preview, so you can see filter setting changes in realtime etc.

- Perhaps add some simpler/faster denoisers (current set only includes high quality but slow one)

- Changing the zoom of the before/after compare shouldn't process the image again but rescale/crop a buffered filtered image (much faster)

- Sliders for the filter settings and a blend/opacity (maybe even the full "Layer" functionality with darken/lighten/multiply etc.) setting for each filter
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Old 13th January 2010, 17:45   #39  |  Link
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Cosmetic update for dpi scaling.

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- Changing the zoom of the before/after compare shouldn't process the image again but rescale/crop a buffered filtered image (much faster)
Already thinking about this issue. Blend/Opacity for each filter is a good idea. I will add your points to my "thinking about it when i have time list".
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