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Old 22nd September 2012, 09:59   #1  |  Link
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How to deinterlace, deblend, denoise & sharpen video with avs script on Vdub?

For deinterlacing I'll probably use LeakKernDeint or Yadif (which one is better-sharper?). Yadif on vdub with default settings does very nice job settings, but maybe LeakKern is better?

For deblending, Srestore.

For denoise & sharpening, MCtepmoral denoise with builtin presets.

Please write a guide or example of how would a avs script look to do this!

The Avisynth filters aren't documented well and I'm not very familiar to them.

Thanks.
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Old 23rd September 2012, 08:13   #2  |  Link
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1. For deinterlacing try Tdeint. Or even better, try TIVTC without tdecimate if your footage is 29.970fps.

2. Srestore works great .

3. Personally I like to use FFT3DFilter but that's up to the user.

Script would be like:

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avisource("Your file")
Tdeint("Choose filed order and deinterlace mode here")
MCtemporaldenoise("Settings corresponding to the instructions")
Someone will give you more detailed instructions if you need more help than the above script.
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Old 23rd September 2012, 15:05   #3  |  Link
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Yep, I need more detailed instructions.

Whats FFT3D for?
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Please write a guide or example of how would a avs script look to do this!
Better would be for you to read the documentation enclosed with each filter, write your own scripts, and then post both the scripts and the error messages you receive (if any) when opening them in VDub. You'll learn much more that way.
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manono, I tried that approach. He's not willing to read anything or learn anything. He thinks there is a single magic script for every type of video and he wants you to give it to him.

For example, see here:

http://forum.doom9.org/showthread.php?t=165825

That's just one. It seems every time I take the time to try to help him he just disappears from the thread. Trolling?

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Old 24th September 2012, 00:51   #6  |  Link
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Hehe, maybe I should investigate a poster's past history before offering advice.
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Especially advice he's already rejected.
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Old 25th September 2012, 13:37   #8  |  Link
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manono, I tried that approach. He's not willing to read anything or learn anything. He thinks there is a single magic script for every type of video and he wants you to give it to him.

For example, see here:

http://forum.doom9.org/showthread.php?t=165825

That's just one. It seems every time I take the time to try to help him he just disappears from the thread. Trolling?

neuron2, yes, Im familiar with vdub and things but I wrote that I'm not familiar with avisynth and its filters.
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Old 25th September 2012, 13:53   #9  |  Link
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neuron2, yes, Im familiar with vdub and things but I wrote that I'm not familiar with avisynth and its filters.
That can be remedied by reading the documentation and the many, many threads here on the subject. Also:
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The Avisynth filters aren't documented well
Not true. Finally:
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Please write a guide
Would you like fries with that?
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