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Old 12th December 2005, 12:28   #1  |  Link
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Cdeblend

Because of many changes and a different development, Cdeblend is now a seperate avs function. This release works far better than the last version, has new modes and more parameters to tweak the detection.
You need masktools (included in the zip) to run this function.
Everything is updated, also the readme (maybe with many mistakes). Hope the function is useful against many blending problems.

You can download the R_pack here.

Edit:
Small update. Omode 4 is added. You can use it to get a better feeling for the right konfiguration.
Edit2:
The final Mrestore version is included into the zip.

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Old 6th January 2006, 13:18   #2  |  Link
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Cdeblend is updated.
- Dmode 2 and 3 are removed. The other modes works clearly better.
- Average isnt needed anymore for dmode 1
- the motion thresholding is improved
- smaller code, but no speed or quality changes

FixBlendIVTC and Crestore will be also updated soon. Then I want to concentrate on another project.
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Old 31st January 2006, 11:32   #3  |  Link
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And another version is out (0.95b).

Changes are:

- added mil parameter for motion-influence-limiting
- faster and better dmode 1
- new dmode 2 for low motion blend detection (slower than dmode 0 and 1, but faster than old dmode 1)
- updated to newest masktools version (2 alpha 26)
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Cdeblend is now finalized.

There are many many changes from the last version:
- better compatibility to decimators (much better, but still not save)
- new parameters and much more tweakable
- new quality mode
- new omode that includes the possibility of the Cdeblend modifications (but works better)
- the dthreshing is now able also for the other omodes

There are still some more ideas about this in my head, but if Ill plan to release another version it will be a plugin and no function anymore.
I hope this function is helpful against some of your blending problems.

Cu MOmonster.

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Old 25th April 2007, 14:31   #5  |  Link
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where can i download this function? the link above doesn't work for me. thx.
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here ask
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Old 25th April 2007, 16:20   #7  |  Link
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http://forum.gleitz.info/attachment....4&d=1166866478

attachments were up for approval so I posted direct link.

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thx a lot max24 and bengali thug

Edit: do you guys by any chance have documentation of this function?

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Old 25th April 2007, 17:30   #9  |  Link
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Could someone take a quick look at this sample I've uploaded. It comes from a documentary DVD produced by the BBC. I'm not sure what has been done to screw this up and therefore cannot figure out which of MOMonster's scripts (including restore24?) would work for this since I'm not familiar working with field blended materials. Any help is appreciated.
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thx a lot max24 and bengali thug

Edit: do you guys by any chance have documentation of this function?
Its in the Cdeblend.avs file.
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Old 26th April 2007, 17:44   #11  |  Link
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First look with virtualdub looks like a normconversion. You need to restore the pal source with repal or restore24(Didee's function ).
Next week I think I`ll release Mrestore 2.0 that should also do the job (current is not so good for ntsc sources).
The spider gives less motion without a good fluency, so repal can make problems. Restore24 works also better for pal than for ntsc sources (but still mostly better than last official Mrestore).
You should test what works best for you.
I'll test my current version and reply next week.
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Thanks. I'll try both and see what looks better...that is until your Mrestore 2.0, but for future reference so I can learn from this source, can you describe what's happened here in a somewhat step-by-step manner? For instance, was it shot in pure interlaced PAL then fieldblended up to interlaced NTSC? Or was it shot in film, pulledup to PAL then back to NTSC? Etc. etc. What is the definition of "normconversion (normal conversion?)" I notice that when stepping through some fields have been duplicated and some fields are blends. I'd really like to know how to describe how something like this was created. It sure would be great if there was a guide to all the different types of blendings and possible restoration methods complete with video test clips and avisynth functions/scripts.

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^ i'd love to read an explanation too.
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Sorry I lost the sample on my usb stick, but I downloaded it again and will test it.
I was asked a lot for such a guide or bigger explanation and I allready give the answer that the next release will have a lot more description of this problem.
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Thanks. I'm interested, of course, in exactly what is going on with my sample, but also from a broader perspective in knowing how to detect blended fields, how the clip got that way (i.e. standards conversion, etc.) and best options for restoration. I look forward to what you have to say.
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can anyone tell me where i can get mt_masktools???fileter
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You can find the latest version in this thread.

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I mean a guide for these blendconverted sources and not a longer desciption of my function.
Sorry, I think I wont complete the description this week.

Edit: Could you please read this post. Maybe you have a low motion pan in your source.

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Quote:
I mean a guide for these blendconverted sources
Yes, I mean a general guide to detecting any sort of blended fields activity and not just specific to my source (which I'm only using for testing/learning purposes).

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Maybe you have a low motion pan in your source.
But the entire source displays this pattern of field blending. In any case, I'll try this new version.
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You can find the latest version in this thread.

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I mean a guide for these blendconverted sources and not a longer desciption of my function.
Sorry, I think I wont complete the description this week.

Edit: Could you please read this post. Maybe you have a low motion pan in your source.
thanx bro
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@MoMonster, this new version of mrestore seems to work quite well on my posted sample. If you've checked this yourself, what is your opinion?
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