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Old 15th August 2014, 18:22   #1261  |  Link
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Don't do that. After using DirectShowSource(..., convertfps=true ...), the previously existing field/frame structure will be destroyed so that no deinterlacer will work anymore. Serious AviSynth users will always try to prefer native AviSynth source plugins, and avoid norm conversions if applicable. Most modern HD TV sets will adapt to all available TV norms.
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Can you please tell me in more detail, or link with more information.
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If I knew you would understand German, I would link you to "exotisches Interlacing" by scharfis_brain; unfortunately, I don't know which similarly comprehensive explanations of interlacing and good or bad norm conversions exist in English... In brief: If you really have regular interlacing you want to remove, ensure that your source will be read as exactly as possible; DirectShow cannot guarantee that, there may be decoders which already try to "deinterlace" with very bad-because-fast algorithms...

DirectShowSource is disfavoured by AviSynth purists for many years now. Hard to miss so many threads about the disadvantages of a source filter relying on unreliable sets of filters every user may have a different set of and different settings of.

Preferable alternatives should be: L-SMASH Works as free-of-charge software-only solution, or DGDecNV as unexpensive interface to the hardware decoder chip of Nvidia cards generation 8+.
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The cArray's size is 4 times the block number not equal to block number.

"cArray = (int *)_aligned_malloc((((vi.width+xhalf)>>xshift)+1)*(((vi.height+yhalf)>>yshift)+1)*4*sizeof(int), 16);"
in TFM.cpp, corresponding in TFMYV12.cpp, TFMYUY2.cpp
"cArray[temp1+box1+0] += sum;
cArray[temp1+box2+1] += sum;
cArray[temp2+box1+2] += sum;
cArray[temp2+box2+3] += sum;"

Can someone please tell me why?

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@ Ligh,

Here's the best I can do (EDIT: English Translation) for "'exotisches Interlacing' by scharfis_brain" (exotic Interlacing),
Probably a temporary link:

EDIT: LINK REMOVED:

Several links included in zip (120KB).

EDIT: See DATA Folder via Mediafire Link in sig below this post.
Will now be permanently available.
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"Some infinities are bigger than other infinities", but how many of them are infinitely bigger ???

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Great, I am impressed how much leisure time you had...
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I did it about 2 years ago, I Asked S_B if he minded if I posted it (PM or post in thread, cant remember), never got a reply so left it.
Hardest part was aligning all of the symbols and letters representing frames, they were all over the place after Google translation.
Corrected what I could but was lost for the meaning of some sentences.
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Exotic Interlacing (English translation) by Scharfis_Brain will now be available via my Mediafire account (in sig below this post) in the DATA
folder. Has had 57 downloads so is quite popular, perhaps a good candidate for the Wiki if someone could correct
any mis-translations and fix the sentences that I could not figure out.
Link deleted in post #1266 above.
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Would anyone be so kind as to add dgi support to tfm's d2v parameter? It would speed things up and overcome some potential ivtc issues.

I don't want to minimize the workload but there's only a few instances of d2v outside of tfmd2v.cpp. I don't think vast c++ knowledge is needed, just a bit more than I have which is almost none.

If something is needed feel free to ask. TIA.
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Would anyone be so kind as to add dgi support to tfm's d2v parameter? It would speed things up and overcome some potential ivtc issues.

I don't want to minimize the workload but there's only a few instances of d2v outside of tfmd2v.cpp. I don't think vast c++ knowledge is needed, just a bit more than I have which is almost none.

If something is needed feel free to ask. TIA.
+1 for DGdecNV support.

I just emailed tritical and he currently has no plans to update TFM himself.

I'll ask to see if ex-Neuron knows much to help with this.
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Doesn't 100fps.com do a better job at explaining interlacing? At least compared to autotranslation from a foreign language that we have here.
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The "exotic interlacing" page explains norm conversions, not just interlacing. And 100fps.com misdiagnoses some things like improper 4:2:0 conversion.
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DGdecNV support aside, any chance of a modern update with something newer then 2003?

Avisynth Info Tool 1.3.1 gives error: R6034

C:\AVS\AVS_Ver\AVS260_MT\plugins\TIVTC.dll
Timestamp: January 17, 2008, 14:01:48
MD5 Hash: 0416E3D06AD70685C6ECE448713928AE
DLL Dependencies: KERNEL32.dll
Linker version: 7.10 (VS2003)
Plugin version: AVS 2.5 Plugin
FILEVERSION: 1.0.5.0
PRODUCTVERSION: 1.0.5.0
Language: English (United States)
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CompanyName:
FileDescription: TIVTC v1.0.5 for Avisynth 2.5.x
FileVersion: 1, 0, 5, 0
ProductVersion: 1, 0, 5, 0
InternalName:
LegalCopyright: Copyright (C) 2004-2008 Kevin Stone
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OriginalFilename:
PrivateBuild:
ProductName:
SpecialBuild:

I got every version of MSVS redistributables installed. Error only happens when using AIT but no errors while actually using it in anything else.
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Avisynth Info Tool 1.3.1 gives error: R6034

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Error only happens when using AIT but no errors while actually using it in anything else.
Please try this version of AIT.
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Please try this version of AIT.
Still has r6034 error.
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Still has r6034 error.
Please post both AIT logs. I can't reproduce this. Have you tried with just that DLL in your auto-load directory?
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Here it is built with VC10. You'll need the runtimes for VC2010.
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I got every version of MSVS redistributables installed. Error only happens when using AIT but no errors while actually using it in anything else.[/QUOTE]

So I isolated and it turns it really wasn't tivtc. It was "toon".
I even downloaded and re-installed the redist but it just went through so quickly I don't know if it actually installed.

Avisynth info log: http://www.mediafire.com/view/ajzlcw...isynthInfo.txt
Full plugin info: http://www.mediafire.com/view/971sdh...PluginInfo.txt
Isolated DLL's for just Toon + AwarpSharp2: http://www.mediafire.com/view/c77iea...o_isolated.txt

This is the one I had downloaded, Toon v1.1
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Here it is built with VC10. You'll need the runtimes for VC2010.
Thanks for the update, though!
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Here it is built with VC10. You'll need the runtimes for VC2010.
Hmm. appears to be dead now - do you think you could put this up somewhere again, please?
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