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Old 31st August 2003, 20:52   #21  |  Link
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Bug?

Hi, I get a green tint on the whole picture when using this script:

LoadPlugin("D:\PROGRA~1\GORDIA~1\mpeg2dec2.dll")
#That's really mpeg2dec3
LoadPlugin("D:\PROGRA~1\GORDIA~1\avisynth_c.dll")
LoadCPlugin("D:\PROGRA~1\GORDIA~1\smartdecimate-sse.dll")
mpeg2source("G:\DVD\Trigun\D5\TRIGUN5\RIP\D5.d2v",IDCT=7,CPU=6,moderate_h=30,moderate_v=50,iPP=true)
assumetff()
b = bob()
separatefields()
SmartDecimate(24, 60, b, tel=0.60)
#ConvertToYUY2()
#ConvertToYV12()
LanczosResize(512,368)

Now if I take out SmartDecimate(24, 60, b, tel=0.60), the green tint is gone. If I take out LanczosResize(512,368) instead, again the green tint is gone. Lastly, if I uncomment the 2 Converts instead, the green tint is gone. Any ideas?

[EDIT] I forgot to mention I am using avisynth version 2.52, with both the latest versions of avisynth_c.dll and SmartDecimate-sse.dll. [/EDIT]
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Old 7th September 2003, 17:34   #22  |  Link
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Version 0.21 Now Available

Version 0.21 now available.

This version included a greatly expanded documentation to give everyone a better idea of how SmartDecimate works and how to use it to its maxium potential. Amoung many other things.

As always you can find it at http://kevin.atkinson.dhs.org/tel/ .
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Old 17th September 2003, 00:16   #23  |  Link
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Now up to 0.23

I am now up to version 0.23 of my filter. I strongly encorage any one who tried my filter out before version 0.21 to give it another go. They have been many improvments in the filter, including greatly expanded documentation, and simpler syntax. Version 0.20 also has a greatly improved field matching algorithm which should lead to better results than with 0.12.

You can find it at http://kevin.atkinson.dhs.org/tel/. You can also read the documentation online.
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Old 17th September 2003, 08:12   #24  |  Link
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If I forgot to put assumetff() or assumebff(), what will the filter choose by default?
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Old 17th September 2003, 08:19   #25  |  Link
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Quote:
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If I forgot to put assumetff() or assumebff(), what will the filter choose by default?
What ever AVISynth tells it. To See what that is, use Bob(). It may get it correct if the information is encoded in the video format.

PS: The Problem you where having before should be fixed now. If its not let me know.
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Old 18th September 2003, 08:53   #26  |  Link
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Yea is was fixed since version 0.21
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Old 18th September 2003, 16:45   #27  |  Link
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Warning for users of CCE 2.67 series and I assume other CCE versions, if you do put SmartDecimate.dll in your avisynth plugins folder CCE will crash immediately and vanish when a project is loaded. It is the same type of crash we saw with loadpluginex and that same author's version of warpsharp.


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Old 20th September 2003, 01:44   #28  |  Link
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Unless you are using the CVS version of AVISynth there is no benifit to putting it in the Plugin Directory as it won't autoload.

I belive this bug might be related to AtExit (I think that is what it is called) member function. I emailed sh0dan a trival test case about this problem.
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Old 20th September 2003, 02:35   #29  |  Link
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Yes, I am using the csv version so I thought I would try. Hey, no problem at all, just wanted to get it up as a warning for folks as if you don't know to look for it it will drive you completely nuts trying to figure out what is causing CCE to crash.
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Old 20th October 2003, 05:23   #30  |  Link
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Something is amiss when i use smartdecimate with dgbob. What happens is the movie plays but at seemingly random points in the movie it jumps, for only about .5secs, to another point in the movie. It is as if the linear progression of frames is b0rked. Also there are points where it speeds up to about 2X then it corrects itself, again, in the period of about .5-1 second. I have narrowed this problem down to the use of dgbob inside of smartdecimate because when i use default parameters everything works; i'm not saying that this is for certain, just all probability points to this. Here is a list of all the software/filters involved and the version numbers:

-DVD Decrypter 3.7.1.0
-DVD2AVIdg 1.0.0.0 (or however many zeros there are)
-avisynth october 11th build
-virtualdubmod 1.5.4.1 with august 8th patch
-mpeg2dec3dg
-smartdecimate 0.23
-autocrop 1.1
-vaguedenoiser 0.28
-masktools 1.0.2
-dgbob 1.6.0
-undot 0.0.1.1
-hybridresize 0.2
-matroska playback pack 0.6
-media player classic 6.4.6.7
-reclock 1.2

Here's my script:

loadplugin("C:\avisynth plugins\smartdecimate\avisynth_c.dll")
loadCplugin("C:\avisynth plugins\smartdecimate\SmartDecimate.dll")
loadplugin("C:\avisynth plugins\autocrop\autocrop.dll")
loadplugin("C:\avisynth plugins\mpeg2dec3\mpeg2dec3dg.dll")
loadplugin("C:\avisynth plugins\vaguedenoiser\vaguedenoiser.dll")
loadplugin("C:\avisynth plugins\MaskTools\masktools.dll")
loadplugin("C:\avisynth plugins\dgbob\dgbob.dll")
loadplugin("C:\avisynth plugins\undot\undot.dll")
import("C:\avisynth plugins\hybridresize\HybridResize-0.2.avs")

mpeg2source("C:\Temporary dvd projects\Blow\test.d2v")

assumetff()
smartdecimate(bob=dgbob(order=1, mode=1))
crop(4, 54, 712, 366)
hybridresize(640, 272)
undot()
vaguedenoiser(method=2, nsteps=6)
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Old 20th October 2003, 08:22   #31  |  Link
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try this:

b = dgbob(order=1, mode=1)
smartdecimate(bob = b)

For some reason it won't work the other way. I think it is a bug in Avisynth.
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Old 20th October 2003, 09:56   #32  |  Link
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fixed, thanks.
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