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Old 27th August 2018, 02:02   #1  |  Link
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pixelscope - pixel value displayer

Download: pixelscope0.1.zip v0.1 - includes source

pixelscope, a debugging filter to display pixel values.

Yes, the numbers are very small; I view it at 200% in VirtualDub2.

At the moment, it only understands the "classic" colourspaces: RGB24, RGB32, Y8, YUY2, YV12, YV16, YV24, and YV411. If there's any interest I'll think about adding more.

There are four DLLs in the zip file - x86 and x64 versions, plus statically-linked versions so you don't have to go around installing more runtimes if you don't want to.

pixelscope (v0.1)
(c) David Horman, 2018

This debugging filter displays individual pixel values. It currently only
works with the "classic" Avisynth colourspaces (RGB24, RGB32, Y8, YUY2,
YV12, YV16, YV24, YV411).


  (int)    scale      = 32,
  (bool)   hex        = false,
  (int)    darken     = 1,
  (bool)   grid       = true,
  (bool)   interlaced = false,
  (string) matrix     = "rec601",
  (bool)   nocrop     = false,
  (bool)   right      = false


  Upscale factor.

  Displays values in hexadecimal.

  This parameters darkens the input video for display. It does not affect
	displayed pixel values.

    0: do not darken video
    1: darken video (default)
    2: darken video more

  Enable/disable grid lines.

  For YV12 video, this determines whether the video is treated as interlaced
  when converted to RGB for display, and also changes how the UV values are
  displayed to reflect interlacing.

  Colour matrix to use when converting to RGB for display. See converttorgb.

  By default, pixelscope crops the input so that the output does not exceed
  4K resolution - this is to avoid crashing Avisynth or your viewer.
  Setting this to true disables cropping.

  Right aligns pixel values instead of centering them.
My AviSynth filters / I'm the Doctor

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