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Old 24th January 2018, 20:53   #21  |  Link
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Ah yes, of course. Stupid mistake. But surely SYSWOW64 since it's a 32-bit file, right?
Aah,
everybody is running in this trap sometimes
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I spoke too soon. It hung on the 3rd run with 8 threads.
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I spoke too soon. It hung on the 3rd run with 8 threads.
I assume no error message? Try to isolate the plugin that causes the problem by removing the filters one by one. Try without multi-threading.
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I've made about a dozen test runs of different scripts with AVSmeter, and although it doesn't really mean anything definitively, I have had 2 hangs when I include RemoveDirtMC(). No hangs with just TemporalDegrain(). So......

I know that RemoveDirt has a checkered past, so it doesn't surprise me that it might be the problem. So at this point I think I probably have 3 options. 1) go back to 2.6MT, 2) find a different version of removedirt.dll that plays nice, or 3) find a comparable function to RDMC() that gives a similar result. I'm open to suggestions.

And actually, everything I use except RDMC() seems to work great in 64-bit, so if I could find a similar function with 64-bit plugins it might allow me to just go 64-bit and be done.
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And actually, everything I use except RDMC() seems to work great in 64-bit, so if I could find a similar function with 64-bit plugins it might allow me to just go 64-bit and be done.
Post a short sample clip that shows the grain/dirt you want to remove. Someone may suggest an alternative to RemoveDirt.

I'm not sure if you have seen this already, here is a list of plugins/scripts with a similar purpose.
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Sample here showing before and after using the script above.
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Sample here showing before and after using the script above.
Can you also post the unprocessed/uncompressed source sample?
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Can you also post the unprocessed/uncompressed source sample?
Yes, if I can find a free VOB splitter that isn't full of adware. That's not a standard tool in my toolbox.
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Yes, if I can find a free VOB splitter that isn't full of adware. That's not a standard tool in my toolbox.
I use DGIndex for that. The manual explains how to select a part of the timeline. Then you can export it as an elementary stream (File -> Save project and demux video).
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I use DGIndex for that. The manual explains how to select a part of the timeline. Then you can export it as an elementary stream (File -> Save project and demux video).
Thanks, did not realize it did that. Untouched DVD sample here.
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Thanks, did not realize it did that. Untouched DVD sample here.
DeSpot() might be worth a try.
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