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Old 17th August 2014, 16:47   #1  |  Link
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LimitedSharpenFaster() and grain preservation

I'm using the sharpener LimitedSharpenFaster():

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LimitedSharpen( float "ss_x",  float "ss_y",     int  "dest_x",  int "dest_y", 
 \              int   "Smode", int   "strength", int  "radius",
 \              int   "Lmode", bool  "wide",     int  "overshoot",
 \              bool  "soft",  int   "edgemode", bool "special",
 \              int   "exborder" )
I was wondering what settings are the most important for grain preservation when going from full BluRay source to 720p? So what settings are important to keep high/low?

I'm testing myself but help is very much appreciated. Thank you!


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Old 17th August 2014, 17:13   #2  |  Link
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Perhaps you would be more interested in FineSharp rather than LSF in this case?
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Perhaps you would be more interested in FineSharp rather than LSF in this case?
Thanks a lot. I'll definitely give this a try! Question about parameters still stands though.
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