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Old 7th July 2014, 01:57   #1  |  Link
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naa() causing slight Halo's

I been using the antialiaser naa() and when I remove it and take a screenshot, then put it back in and take a screenshot, I notice it adding a bit of whiteness around the outlines.

If theres already a bit of whiteness or halos, it seems to make them a very tiny bit thicker.

Is there anyway to edit the .avs file and help stop it from adding in the halos or white around outlines? I wouldn't know which setting to alter in it.

If you quickly flip back and forth through the images, its easier to see in the womans dress on the left, where the diamond shaped buttons up part of her shirt is. They appear inside of the diamonds. This is even easier to notice if you zoom them in then flip back and forth.

With naa()


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Old 7th July 2014, 02:09   #2  |  Link
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EDI anti-aliasing and enlarging is pretty notorious for enhancing edge enhancement artifacts (haloing). There are a few scripts that might help reduce them, dehalo_alpha being one I've successfully used many times and YAHR an interesting new one. Most effective used before, they can be used after as well.
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