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Old 28th July 2016, 13:19   #1  |  Link
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Neural filter artistic videos

Is there any plugin or script that can output results like ?
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Is there any plugin or script that can output results like ?
Cartoonizer

Even better: export as image sequence. Use Photoshop (or your favorite image editor) to create the effect. Save the effect. Use the batch operation in your image editor to apply the effect to all images. Then, reassemble images into a video. It is actually much easier than the description makes it sound.
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It seems like https://github.com/larspars/neural-style-video might be of interest.
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Nobody of you replied my question: avisynth plugin.
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maybe you should have asked politely
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Nobody of you replied my question: avisynth plugin.
Cartoonizer can be loaded into an Avisynth script. The link even shows you how.
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Yes, you need to read the documentation. Here's an example of a VirtualDub filter I often use in AVISynth:

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LoadVirtualdubPlugin("C:\Program Files\Video\plugins\Deflick.vdf","vd_deflicker")

Avisource("E:\fs.avi")

# Set deflicker in VD, save the settings to a VCF file, and copy those settings to the line below.
vd_deflicker(8, 10, 0, 3, 0)
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