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Old 31st December 2002, 04:09   #1  |  Link
Holomatrix
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to many filters, please check this

Hello, I just want some comments with this DVD to CVD conversion script;

[AVISYNTH_BicibicResize_Convolution3d_Blockbuster]
0=loadplugin(!convolution3d.dll)
1=LoadPlugin(!Blockbuster.dll)
2=Blockbuster(method="noise",block_size=3,luma_offset=-1,luma_threshold=28,detail_min=1, detail_max=35)
3=BicubicResize(^TargetWidth,^TargetHeight,^b_value,^c_value)
4=Blockbuster( method="sharpen", detail_min=10, detail_max=99, strength=^StrengthValue )
5=convolution3d(^A,^B,^C,^D,^E,^F,^G)
!convolution3d.dll=C:\Program Files\DVD2SVCD\convolution3d\Convolution3D.dll
!Blockbuster.dll=C:\Program Files\DVD2SVCD\blockbuster\Blockbuster.dll
^b_value=0.0
^c_value=0.6
^StrengthValue=15
^A=0
^B=3
^C=4
^D=3
^E=4
^F=2.8
^G=0

I've been wasting too much time with testing this filter with this clip and so on, I like what I get with this script but was wondering about the order. I get better commpresion when putting some noise before resise and so on. If anyone thinks I should do something different then please test with the settings I have above and let me know. Please, my brain can't take to much of this testing after testing stuff.
Thanks
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Old 31st December 2002, 06:40   #2  |  Link
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Re: to many filters, please check this

Quote:
Originally posted by Holomatrix
Hello, I just want some comments with this DVD to CVD conversion script;

[AVISYNTH_BicibicResize_Convolution3d_Blockbuster]
0=loadplugin(!convolution3d.dll)
1=LoadPlugin(!Blockbuster.dll)
2=Blockbuster(method="noise",block_size=3,luma_offset=-1,luma_threshold=28,detail_min=1, detail_max=35)
3=BicubicResize(^TargetWidth,^TargetHeight,^b_value,^c_value)
4=Blockbuster( method="sharpen", detail_min=10, detail_max=99, strength=^StrengthValue )
5=convolution3d(^A,^B,^C,^D,^E,^F,^G)
!convolution3d.dll=C:\Program Files\DVD2SVCD\convolution3d\Convolution3D.dll
!Blockbuster.dll=C:\Program Files\DVD2SVCD\blockbuster\Blockbuster.dll
^b_value=0.0
^c_value=0.6
^StrengthValue=15
^A=0
^B=3
^C=4
^D=3
^E=4
^F=2.8
^G=0

I've been wasting too much time with testing this filter with this clip and so on, I like what I get with this script but was wondering about the order. I get better commpresion when putting some noise before resise and so on. If anyone thinks I should do something different then please test with the settings I have above and let me know. Please, my brain can't take to much of this testing after testing stuff.
Thanks
you get (ever) better compression:
if resize is in the end of script: less size and more time to encode.

use convoltion first,than
noise and sharpen(blockbuster),
Bilinearesize.

with blockbuster after convolution,
you have turn:
detail_min=10 to 20,
detail_max=99 to 90
^StrengthValue=15 to 10 or less,
cos it could result "very much sharp".

ps:sorry for poor english!
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