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Old 23rd February 2006, 06:18   #1  |  Link
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this is my first filter. I'm trying to duplicate decomb in script form, this is very rough but something like:
#decomb as a script

I'm not sure if conditialfilter works on every frame or I need frameevaluate somehow. I want to pick a frame from the weave or bob clips depending on iscombed. It's that simple.

Next question, how do I make it a function I can pass a clip to.
Next question, put iscombed into a variable because I need to work on two clips at once.
I want to return frames from weave1 and weave2, or bob1 and bob2, which will get merged later.

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Old 3rd March 2006, 09:56   #2  |  Link
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I donīt really understand the reason for this function. Using tdeint as postprocessor after a weaving is no problem. Also your function doesnīt simulate decomb, itīs just something like tdeint(full=false).
If you want to put your script into a function you can do it this way:
function decombscript(clip "deint", clip "weaved")
clipre = conditionalfilter(weaved,deint,weaved,"IsCombed()","equals","true")
(not tested)
And then you use the function this way:

decombscript(weaved=weave(clip), deint=tdeint(clip))
I marked the important things of the function. I hope this helps you.

I like scriptclip more for this conditional decissions because the more possibilities:
is similar to:
scriptclip(last, "iscombed(weaved)==true ? deint : weaved")

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