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Old 3rd November 2007, 22:15   #1  |  Link
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Toon-v1.0.dll



Usage: Toon(Strength=Float)


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No way! An actual DLL now! Damn, man thanks!
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please unfreeze hell now. It was better hot.

On a side note, for those wondering, you need aWarpSharp.dll
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Wow! Thank you. I'm going to test it now.

Edit : Unable to load. What's going on?

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When I try "Toon(Strength=Float)" I get an error: "I don't know what "Float" means", although when I use it simply as "Toon()" it appears to work.
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When I try "Toon(Strength=Float)" I get an error: "I don't know what "Float" means", although when I use it simply as "Toon()" it appears to work.
Float is a data type. In simple terms, it's a number that can have a decimal point, so an example of valid usage would be "Toon(strength = 2.15)".
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Thank you very much. The hotfix solved the problem

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When I try "Toon(Strength=Float)" I get an error: "I don't know what "Float" means", although when I use it simply as "Toon()" it appears to work.
You got it wrong. "Float" here means a float value from 0 to 1. A setting of 0.1 or lower produces best effect (0.05 is recommended), since this is a very strong filter. Finally, thanks Soulhunter for releasing this filter.

Edit : A little test by me

Source :
http://i21.servimg.com/u/f21/11/31/41/30/test110.jpg

Toon(strength=0.05) (sufficient filtering) :
http://i21.servimg.com/u/f21/11/31/41/30/test210.jpg

Toon(strength=0.5) (overfilter) :
http://i21.servimg.com/u/f21/11/31/41/30/test310.jpg

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oh man I'm retarded. thanks
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Does this function exactly the same as any of the functions that are already out, or is it different than all of them? And if it's the same as one of the functions, how does the speed compare?
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Does this function exactly the same as any of the functions that are already out, or is it different than all of them? And if it's the same as one of the functions, how does the speed compare?
It's trying to be as close as possible to 0.8x, but it has about 2 times the precision and the mask is more accurate... Also, it's about 2 to 4 times as fast as 0.82!


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Is this filter pretty much final, or might we see some more options added to allow further tweaking of the results?
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Is this filter pretty much final, or might we see some more options added to allow further tweaking of the results?
The only missing params are for the warpsharping and the soft thresholding of the line detection... If you can provide samples where tweaking would be advantageous, or where you are not satisfied with certain areas of the output, the author will try to improve on those or add parameters!


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I'm not really sure how advantageous it would be, really, but more for curiosities sake, such as 'how might this look with less warpsharp but more darkening'.
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Yeah, but... I guess the author has simply seen too many fansub releases where somebody abused mftoon in some horrid way because of its configurability, and thats the reason he didnt add this 2 params! ;]


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is toon1.0 faster than fastlinedarken?ause results looks pretty the same(except of fld thinning option)
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Is it possible to add an option to this filter to thicken lines? This could be very helpful on some sources I have seen.

Also I was wondering what is the default strength? It is 0.05?
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You can try Toon-lite... Its basically same as Toon, just without the warpsharp processing! For the default strength... It should be "1.0" :]
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I like! Fast and good effect.

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Wow nice! Thanks.
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