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Old 13th June 2010, 17:56   #11  |  Link
guth
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What sort of improvements are expected to be in the next version? I'll start working on the second passes of my projects and was wondering whether I should wait a while for the new release?
The changes for pass 1 will make it possible for that pass to become more robust.
For pass 2, you will be able to use future frames without having to delay audio, append clips etc. The actual output from pass 2 will be the same, however.

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It would be nice to have limits for horizontal and vertical corrections in pixels so that I could enter a value that I know I can live with (for example I've measured that my TV has approximately 16 pixels of overscan).
The best way to control how big the borders will be (or to make them completely dissappear under overscan) is to select an "edge compensation" mode that gives no borders and then zoom out using an "extra zoom factor" below 1 ( ((width_or_height - 16) / width_or_height) to make borders dissappear under overscan in your case).
You can then use the smoothness settings and correction limits to find a good balance between motion smoothness and the amount of edge compensation zooming needed to get the amount of borders you wanted.
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