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Old 29th July 2015, 03:39   #1  |  Link
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Help reverting Toradora edge enhancement on BluRay

As the title says,
so for unfilter does something bu im looking alternatives.

Also, since the video detail is not 1080, im going to downsize it to 720. Sugestions with this are always welcome.

Now the pictures:

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Old 29th July 2015, 03:49   #2  |  Link
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I'm not exactly sure what issue you're trying to fix - besides the fact that it's not a true 1080p source it is a quite decent source, it doesn't even have haloing.
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http://screenshotcomparison.com/comparison/136882 :^)
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Im trying to fix the anoying aliasing on the lines (look at first screenshot), on the second one look at the right edge of the laptop screen
look worst when it moves on some scenees.
BakaProxy -> I dont know how to set that screenshot to real size(i think its downscaled on my browser), the mouse over version is filtered. Filtered with what?
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Try an anti-aliaser like santiag.
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Perhaps this might be what you're looking for.
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Sorry,those are not helping.
UnFilter(-100,84) does a more pleasant fix (for me). It looks like it should be before the enhancement.
Any other suggestion?
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uh... UnFilter(-100,84) is totally destroying the picture... unless you applied it in some specific way and not simply as is.
As for antialiasing, pretty much any should be able to fix this issue. Just apply it after downscaling in case you use some complex script and not constructing it yourself.
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Here I'm still trying to figure out what the problem is. It looks clean and smooth to me, I see no edge enhancement anywhere. Quite the opposite, it looks rather soft, giving you the option of applying your own edge enhancement however you wish. Why would you want to soften it even more with Unfilter?
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I think he means this. No clue about 1st screenshot either.

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You can nuke them pretty easily with - who could have guessed - typical antialiasing strategies;

Code:
FTurnRight()
a=last
FastLineDarkenMOD(64,211)i
af=merge(a.SangNom2(0,24),a.SangNom2(1,24))
aff=af.FTurnLeft()
SeparateFields()
Merge(SangNom2(0,24),SangNom2(1,24))
AssumeFieldBased()
Weave()
FTurnLeft()
Merge(aff)
Spline36Resize(1280,720)

And I'm not even sure if the extra "separatefields() ??? weave()" part is even necessary.

You can remove it for a nice increase in performance should you find it unnecessary.

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Sorry for the delay, yes unfilter blurs too much.
Yes im talking about that effect on the vertical lines. on the first screen look at the right edge of the case, the aliasing is there.
I assumed it was a consecuence of enlarging a low resolution image with a simple scaler.
iwas trying

turnleft()
eedi3()
turnright()
with a more aceptable result

but im goin to try the Bloax solution

i'll post about results
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Sorry for the delay, i'm busy:
This did the trick
Code:
FTurnRight()
a=last
af=merge(a.SangNom2(0,24),a.SangNom2(1,24))
aff=af.FTurnLeft()
return aff
No need for more!!
Thanks bloax!
And thanks to all of you for the sugestions
The result is perfect!
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