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Old 31st October 2017, 16:17   #1  |  Link
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MCTemporalDenoise (Avisynth+ MT help)

a greeting to all dear friends
it would be possible to run in MT the MCTemporalDenoise, currently I use avisynth+ and I can't get all the cores to work, only individually what takes too long....

Is there any way or is there a similar multi-function running in MT to take advantage of all the cores?

thanks so much

http://avisynth.nl/index.php/MCTemporalDenoise

test everything, updating every .dll to x64, I succeed in making it work with all the functions it has, but not in MT and it's too slow...

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is the same ?

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No. It is IMHO better and well tested under MT.
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No. It is IMHO better and well tested under MT.
Smdegrain is just a wrapper function for mdegrain of mvtools, which is known to alter details (I call it wiping out details) of the image on moving scenes. The reason for its popularity over mctd is beyond me.
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Smdegrain is just a wrapper function for mdegrain of mvtools, which is known to alter details (I call it wiping out details) of the image on moving scenes. The reason for its popularity over mctd is beyond me.
for you MCTD is much better in your personal experience
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Smdegrain is just a wrapper function for mdegrain of mvtools, which is known to alter details (I call it wiping out details) of the image on moving scenes. The reason for its popularity over mctd is beyond me.
No filter comes out perfect for every video. Switches are made for that.
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No filter comes out perfect for every video. Switches are made for that.
A temporal filter that natively wipes out details is not going to be better than one that does not. MCTD is objectively better than smdegrain.
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