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Old 18th January 2018, 04:28   #301  |  Link
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MClean is working fin with 64 bit Avisynth+. When I try to use 32 bit with Avisynth 2.6, I get:

Avisynth open failure:
Script error: there is no function named "bitspercomponent"
mClean.avsi, line 72
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Old 18th January 2018, 04:33   #302  |  Link
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bitspercomponent is AVS+. [If using 32bit Avs+, then maybe need update]
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Old 18th January 2018, 10:50   #303  |  Link
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Edited, Never mind problem is fixed, found an older post by burfadel with the version he uses and it now works!
(did go to https://forum.doom9.org/showthread.php?t=161411 for the ones I tried but had no luck with those)

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That's weird. I've uploaded the version used here. It's the latest version (for now). 7-Zip archive.
https://1drv.ms/u/s!AmGuHbW3zvrBmb4tmBP2-KUToKUpVQ
-----------------------Problem Fixed but leaving incase it helps anyone else-----------------
Trying to update to the latest version while using staxrip I get the following error

Code:
System exception - Access Violation
(D:\StaxRip-x64\Apps\Plugins\avs\mClean\mClean.avsi, line 143)
(D:\Temp movies\Stax\random.file.name_temp\random.file.name, line 13)

Line 142 and 143 being the following

Code:
filt_chroma      =  deband==0 ? filt_chroma : deband<>2 ? mt_adddiff (combined, TemporalSoften(mt_makediff(combined, f3kdb (combined, preset=chroma?"high":"luma", range=17,
                 \  grainY=35, grainC=chroma?38:0)), 1, 255, chroma?255:0, 255, 2)) : combined
I saw Michael813 got an error on the same line but mine does not mention preset and I did make sure I have the 64bit 2pre version of f3kdb.
could it still be the same problem @pinterf found? And if so any chance you could send me that test version too?


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-------------------------- System Environment --------------------------

StaxRip    : 1.7.0.4
Windows    : Windows 7 Professional
Language   : Swedish (Sweden)
CPU        : Intel(R) Core(TM) i7-4790K CPU @ 4.00GHz
GPU        : NVIDIA GeForce GTX 980, VNC Mirror Driver
Resolution : 2560 x 1440
DPI        : 96

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Old 19th January 2018, 11:22   #304  |  Link
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It can be downloaded from here:
http://nmm.me/10z

It doesn't have 'modern' high bit depth support along with autolevels, although there is a workaround for that which I'll use. This is just in case it doesn't get updates. Autoadjust is an issue though, since it appears closed source it's up to LaTo to fix it and it appears he may not longer be active on this forum. Ideally f3kdb and autoadjust should be combined. I did try the major change to renoise, but it wasn't any better in 90 percent of cases so I scrapped that particular concept, but there are some other changes I can make to improve it
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