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Old 22nd November 2022, 17:20   #41  |  Link
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Don't up attach file here, you will waiting moderator approval forever
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Don't up attach file here, you will waiting moderator approval forever
Ah, that explain some things.
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You are even more hardcore than me, InpaintDelogo has zillion possible combinations of the parameters to make some specific frame look better.

Look, Inpaint [adjusted] vs Deblend:

How did you get deblend so good? Can you share the script?
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How did you get deblend so good? Can you share the script?
Sry for the late answer, I used personal "dev" version, didn't had time for a public release yet, expect it sooner than later...
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On that frame I used something like this [you need to get v3.4 for it to work]:

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LWLibAvVideoSource("D:\output.mkv")
Trim(500,11363)
InpaintDelogo(mask="D:\mask.bmp", Loc="1388,944,-280,-24", Mode="Deblend", Analyze=3, Interp=3, IntSpd=4, Optimize=1, dPP=-5, Greyscale=1)
Or you can download ebmp: https://we.tl/t-BSOqlnl5By

You can use ebmp like this:
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InpaintDelogo(mask="D:\UCLA.ebmp", Loc="1388,944,-280,-24", Interp=3, IntSpd=4, Optimize=1, dPP=-5, Greyscale=1)
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On that frame I used something like this [you need to get v3.4 for it to work]:

Code:
LWLibAvVideoSource("D:\output.mkv")
Trim(500,11363)
InpaintDelogo(mask="D:\mask.bmp", Loc="1388,944,-280,-24", Mode="Deblend", Analyze=3, Interp=3, IntSpd=4, Optimize=1, dPP=-5, Greyscale=1)
Or you can download ebmp: https://we.tl/t-BSOqlnl5By

You can use ebmp like this:
Code:
InpaintDelogo(mask="D:\UCLA.ebmp", Loc="1388,944,-280,-24", Interp=3, IntSpd=4, Optimize=1, dPP=-5, Greyscale=1)
I did update to your new script as well. Thank you.
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