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Old 12th November 2022, 19:18   #661  |  Link
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Good a reason as any I suppose.
Anyways, enjoy your pint.
EDIT: Have another dozen pints and your brain will be 'as fresh as a daisy'.
[strange saying, why would a daisy be so extra fresh ???]

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Why do they say as fresh as a daisy?
In Old English, daisies were referred to as “day's eye” because at night the petals close over the yellow
center and during the day they re-open. The phrase “as fresh as a daisy” originated from this, signifying
that someone had a good night's rest. The word daisy also made its way into other slang words and phrases.
https://www.ftd.com/blog/share/daisy...-and-symbolism

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Daisies can be eaten and are even medicinal. Daisy leaves are a common addition to salads.
Wild daisy tea is used to treat coughs, bronchitis, inflammation, and more.
Wild daisies are also sometimes applied to the skin for wounds and diseases.
And buttercup stalks taste a bit peppery. [maybe part due to cyanide or something]

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Buttercups, like horseradish, engage in chemical warfare. In horseradish the heat one tastes comes
from crushing cells that hold two different chemicals apart which are only peppery when they combine.
This is to discourage consumption by me, thee and the denizens of nature.
The buttercup is similar in that the offending chemical, a glycoside called Ranunculin,
is not a problem until the plant’s cells are crushed.
Then an almost instant enzyme reaction turning Ranuculin into Protoanemonin, a bitter, irritating, yellow oil.
The animals most bothered by buttercups are grazing cows then horses, sheep and pigs, the latter two
sometimes suffering paralysis. Humans are rarely poisoned by buttercups because they taste so bad.
It is not fatal in small amounts but a significant irritant that can make you ill with gastric distress.
https://www.eattheweeds.com/buttercups/
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Have another dozen pints and your brain will be 'as fresh as a daisy'.
Nah, I drink responsibly, but yeah after few pints I wake up fresh as a daisy, without, I wake up after 3-4 h, not so fresh.

Looks like "Trim(SubEnd-SubStart+1,-1)" place was always OK and only introduced in v2.10, only this change there and nothing in the log. Probably I was testing something and forgot to change it back.

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# Version 3.3  : 2022/11/13.  Corrected a code 'typo' in SubsMask2Img(), introduced in v2.10.

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will it cause any side effect? In order to get precise timestamps is there any changes needed?
Only side effect - the imprecise timestamps. Don't change anything to get the precise timestamps.
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# Version 3.4  : 2022/11/24.  New feature: "Greyscale" parameter, affects positive "Analyze", "Deblend", "Inpaint"...
#                                          Up to ~60% speed-up when enabled.
#                                          Prevents chroma changes on the greyscale videos by deblend [side effect of "3.1" fix].
#                             FFT3DFilter replaced by Neo_FFT3D, up to ~20% speed-up.

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FFT3DFilter replaced by Neo_FFT3D, up to ~20% speed-up.
Out of curiosity: Have you tried using FFT3DGPU?
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Out of curiosity: Have you tried using FFT3DGPU?
Yes, I wasn't impressed.
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Out of curiosity: Have you tried using FFT3DGPU?
FFT3DGPU ported from older ver of fft3dfilter, result will look worser than fft3dfilter

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when using extract=-1, it only allows one task runing. Is there any way to tweak it so it can allow multi-task.

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when using extract=-1, it only allows one task runing. Is there any way to tweak it so it can allow multi-task.
Possible but then ReExtract option wouldn't work when doing multi instance.
What is your CPU usage when using Extract=-1? Mostly it runs 100% for me on all 4 cores.

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Actually, ReExtract would work.

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9400f 6 core, 60%-70% most of the time, somtimes 100%.
If it will affect ReExtract option, then I should better upgrade my CPU to speed up the extration process for each instance.
I don't really understand ReExtract though, I used ReExtract once, it does not affect the image even if I apply different paramaters from the previous extract=-1, only cuts half of the time.
intermediate file is already appeared in black and white, so there is little use applying different masks designed for corlored images. Am I understand it correctly?

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9400f 6 core, 60%-70% most of the time, somtimes 100%.
Then you wouldn't get much benefit running two jobs simultaneously, it would be only ~15% faster than running one job after another.

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I don't really understand ReExtract though, I used ReExtract once, it does not affect the image even if I apply different parameters from the previous extract=-1, only cuts half of the time.
intermediate file is already appeared in black and white, so there is little use applying different masks designed for corlored images. Am I understand it correctly?
Masking is done by InpaintDelogo() when subs extraction is done by another function SubsMask2Img(), if you didn't change any extraction parameter then you would get same result when doing ReExtract.

"InpaintDelogo(Extract)" is same as "InpaintDelogo().SubsMask2Img()"
"InpaintDelogo(ReExtract)" is same as "SubsMask2Img()"
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