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Old 17th June 2005, 04:41   #1  |  Link
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MSU Subtitle and Logo Remover

I would like to know anyone who has got the MSU logo remover working with Avisynth.

I guess the big question is just how to write the avisynth routing for a Vdub plugin is you don't have access to the filter's source code?

I've looked at the existing import routines but I cannot find any documentation on how to write your own import script.
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Old 17th June 2005, 11:45   #2  |  Link
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Use this
global VDub = "C:\Programme\AviSynth 2.5\VDub\plugins"

LoadVirtualdubPlugin(VDub+"\MSU_DeLogo.vdf",       "_MSUDeLogo")
The open VirtualDub. Add to the filters the MSUDelogo-Filter. Tweak it, so it remove your Logo fine. Go to

and save them to a file. Open The file in a texteditor and look for line like this one:
VirtualDub.video.filters.Add("MSU Subtitle&Logo Remover");
VirtualDub.video.filters.instance[0].Config(0, 0);
Now copy allparameters in Config and use the to Call the Filter in Avisynth this way:
ConvertToRGB32._MSUDeLogo(0, 0)
I tried the filter but does not get good results with it. It is also very slow. Have you better results with this filter?
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Thanks for your response, it was very helpful. (I'll try it tonight.)

I've had to take serveral cracks at the MSU filter to get good results. For removing a logo, I think it is way too slow but I want to use it to remove those pop-ups that are now all over our TV. (You know, the pop-ups that tell us things like "New Simpsons tonight at 8:00".) One station here has popups so big that they cover 30% of the frame.

This filter is VERY slow but since it will only be used for about 3 minutes of the whole file, it shouldn't effect the encode time too much.

To deal with the smaller popups, I've written a little routine that zooms and out wile the popup is on screen. The final result looks pretty good but I like it because it is very easy to use. (Just feed it the beginning and and frames of the popup.)

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