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Old 30th June 2003, 07:56   #1  |  Link
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X-Logo 0.5.2 released - Added YUY2 and YV12 support

Change Log:

0.5.2

-Recompiled for avisynth 2.5.x
-Added YUY2 and YV12 support (sort of)
-Added BLEND parameter
-Added FADEIN/FADEOUT parameters (Reintroduced from vdub version)-Improved error messages for invalid bitmaps.

YUY2 and YV12 support is a kludge, but it's better than nothing. The logo is still processed as RGB, X-Logo just internally calls crop and the convert filters so that only the small portion of the frame it needs has to be converted.

BLEND:
(BOOL) Blends interpolated pixels with the previous frame between 0 and 50% depending on amount of change in the border pixels from the previous frame. The greater the change the less influence the previous pixel has. Setting SCENE=0 and BLEND=TRUE should give more natural results but increase encoding time. Default is true.

FADEIN:
Forces ALPHA=0 starting at frame 0 for this duration.

FADEOUT:
Forces ALPHA=0 from last frame for this duration.

Get it here


And a small side rant, amen to the filters having access to the number of frames in the clip - unlike in vdub. I asked Avery for that ages ago, to which he responded since in capture mode that wasn't known he couldn't. Which is nonsense, just set it to -1 or 0 if it's undefined and leave the filter to handle that case appropriately.
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Nice, I will try it this week
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Old 15th October 2004, 02:19   #3  |  Link
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I'm getting 'unable to start filter in virtualdub...'

with vdub1.5.4 1.5.10 and 1.6.0

video clip resolution is : 704x396
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the link thi x-logo is dead/locked - i get this messge

Locked
The requested resource is currently locked. The lock must be released or proper identification given before the method can be applied.

can someone suggest another place I get hold of it ? ... or fix the link ;-)

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Does someone the same problem, that the filter say, that it could not open the image-File, even if it is on the given plance? The width and height is even. I made it divideable through 16. I saved the image as 2-Bit-BMP, 8-Bit-BMP, 16-Bit-BMP, PNG and nothing help. Changed the location. The same problem. Here my script:
Code:
ConvertToRGB32
Xlogo("D:/modified0.png",568,28)
ConvertToYV12
Somewhere i read, that the ending of the image should be a "0" but this does not help...

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The X-Logo filter is now hosted in my own website http://www.marzocchi.net/Olafsen/pmw...oftware/X-Logo because the original page is not working anymore. Latest version, sources and manual included.

Feel free to improve it! (I only host it).
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