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Old 3rd January 2022, 11:37   #9201  |  Link
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How do you upscale videos in MeGUI?
If you want waste space and time use the AviSynth function nnedi3_rpow2.

No matter the bits, but better 64.
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Old 4th January 2022, 00:34   #9202  |  Link
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Is that an option in MeGUI?
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Its an Avisynth plugin, see Teb's Link.
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Old 4th January 2022, 07:14   #9204  |  Link
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Is that an option in MeGUI?
No. For MeGUI you'd have to add it to the script manually. MeGUI only uses the native Avisynth resizers.
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Old 6th January 2022, 23:35   #9205  |  Link
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How do you upscale videos in MeGUI? And should you upscale in 32 bit or 64 bit?
In Avisynth Creator select <Config> of the Avisynth file you actually use.
In the configuration dialogue goto <Extra Setup>.
Activate checkbox <Upsizing allowed>.
Update your preset and finally select <OK>.

Now you can increase resolution beyond the resolution of your source video.
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Old 7th January 2022, 23:42   #9206  |  Link
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Alright I got it. Thanks.
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Old 8th January 2022, 11:48   #9207  |  Link
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In Avisynth Creator select <Config> ...

Now you can increase resolution beyond the resolution of your source video.
But MeGUI can't offer the recommended AviSynth upsize filter, nnedi3_rpow2, and you need modify the script manually.
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Old 8th January 2022, 15:47   #9208  |  Link
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Guys..
I had the problem described here:
https://sourceforge.net/p/megui/bugs/963/

with the 2.0.0.6 version of dgindex resolve the problem..
can you insert in the update channel?
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Old 9th January 2022, 15:20   #9209  |  Link
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But MeGUI can't offer the recommended AviSynth upsize filter, nnedi3_rpow2, and you need modify the script manually.
True. But if maximum quality is not the biggest concern, the internal filter does its job quite alright.
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Old 12th January 2022, 17:13   #9210  |  Link
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Hello there,
I just changed my PC and I'm stucked with an old sharpen filter I used to apply (for exemple
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It's an .avsi file, in which folder should I put that file to be able to call and use it with the scriptname() in the ripping file? I tried C:\Program Files (x86)\MeGUI\tools\avisynth_plugin but it's not recognized...
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Use instead scriptname():

import("C:\Program Files (x86)\MeGUI\tools\avisynth_plugin\scriptname.avsi")
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Thanks for the tip, the script in indeed loaded and called. It's unfortunately not a definitive solution, instead of just some chars I have to manually add a full line, and it doesn't completely work since it seems my script depends on some DLL (masktools ?) and even if I put my old DLL in the plugin folder it doesn't work...
Isn't there an option to retrieve the folder used by avisynth for the plugins?

EDIT: in my previous PC, I just had to add the scriptname() at the end of the AVS script to call it, and the .avsi was in the Program Files (x86)\AviSynth\plugins folder
EDIT2: OK I managed to edit the .avsi file to load the required DLLs after finding them and putting them in a plugin folder, now the scripts seems to be working fine. But I still wish to be able to call the script via the simple scriptname() function without "import"... the included MeGUI AVS has some dll in the subfolders, why can't I use this folder to put my AVSI file in it and load it without the import function? Is there a registry key to modify to specify the plugin folder automatically?

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Install Avisynth and copy plugins there.
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In order to know the requirements for an AviSynth install and the registry plugins folders maybe you can read the post Universal Avisynth Installer by Groucho2004.
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Install Avisynth and copy plugins there.
That's why I tried to (avisynth+), but then I had an error in MeGUI that couldn't open the video stream of the M2TS file (while opening the L-SMASH index).
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In order to know the requirements for an AviSynth install and the registry plugins folders maybe you can read the post Universal Avisynth Installer by Groucho2004.
I didn't know this topic, I'll have a look, thanks
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That's why I tried to (avisynth+), but then I had an error in MeGUI that couldn't open the video stream of the M2TS file (while opening the L-SMASH index).
Do not open the *.lwi index file, but still the original media file, when you use the L-SMASH Works plugin in the Indexer dialog.
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