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Old 2nd March 2016, 22:56   #1  |  Link
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Groucho's Avisynth Stuff

There were some requests to group the plugins built with ICL/VC10 into one thread. While I'm at it I'll include a couple of useful tools. Most of the plugins listed are much faster than the originals due to the Intel compiler optimisations, some just have slight speed improvements.

All files listed below can be found here:
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AVSMeter (forum thread)
AVSMeter is a CLI (command line interface) tool which measures the speed/efficiency of Avisynth scripts and checks if Avisynth and its plugin sub-system are set up and working correctly.

Universal Avisynth Installer (forum thread)
Installer including 7 Avisynth versions and the necessary batch file to switch between them.

dfttest 1.9.4 (x86, ICL)
This build is based on firesledge's code from here.
Can load either libfftw3f-3.dll or fftw3.dll

EEDI2 0.9.2 (x86 & x64, ICL) (Documentation)

TNLMeans 1.0.3 (x86 & x64, ICL) (Documentation)

TDeint 1.1.0 (x86, VC10) (Documentation)

TMM 1.0.0 (x86, ICL) (Documentation)
There are two builds, one that needs a processor with at least SSE support and one with at least SSE4.x support. I made a separate SSE4.x build because it's quite a bit faster than the SSE build.

TUnsharp 0.9.3 (x86 & x64, ICL) (Documentation)

VagueDenoiser 0.35.1 (x64, VC10) (Documentation)

RemapFrames 0.4.1 (x86 & x64, VC10) (Documentation)

DGMPEGDec 1.5.8 (x86, ICL) (Documentation)
This DGMPEGDec package contains a highly optimised version of DGDecode.dll.

64 bit versions of StainlessS' plugins:
RoboCrop (110) (forum thread)
FredAverage (001) (forum thread)
ColorYUV2 (105)

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Nice index!
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In my opinion, you can open a thread titled Plugins built with ICL or something for simplification, instead for separate thread for every plugins. Like tp's "modernization effort" thread.
Good solution to the bxyhxyh comment, should keep everybody happy.

Oh WOW, just noticed DGDecode 1.5.8 ICL10, I am a happy bunny.
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This build of NNEDI3 can use TP7's fturn.dll which is much faster than Avisynth's internal turnleft/turnright functions. Fturn.dll has to be located in the same directory as NNEDI3.dll. Without fturn.dll it works like the "normal" NNEDI3.dll.
Does this nnedi support Y8, Y16 and Y24?
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Does this nnedi support Y8, Y16 and Y24?
No. This is built with tritical's 0.9.4 code base. If you need 2.6 color spaces, use jpsdr's updated version.

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So, all in one place.
Really appreciated.
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Added 64 bit build of FFT3DFilter.
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Updated the "Avisynth version switcher"
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Hmm, SmartScreen refused to download nnedi3_0.9.4_fturnmod.7z; and now, after disabling it. Windows Defender says it contains malware, and has been removed as well.

EDIT: Allegedly contains 'severe' 'Trojan/Win32/Spursint.A!cl
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So disable your Smartscreen and Windows Defender, download and submit to VirusTotal.com, get some real idea from a
good number of (probably better) AV software. Then its make your mind up time.

PS, just done it for you, here results:- https://www.virustotal.com/en/file/3...is/1461861203/

0/56 report as malware, including MicroSoft.

Update your AV database, if continues, submit as false +ve.

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SHA256: 31e00c0ed92ce6b58baff7c73652ce405d6b7e07ec73405b73f08a96ab3d3077
File name: nnedi3_0.9.4_fturnmod.7z
Detection ratio: 0 / 56
Analysis date: 2016-04-28 16:33:23 UTC ( 1 minute ago )
EDIT: Had not previously been submitted, ie nobody else had problems with it.
Get a decent anti malware, Comodo is good and free.

EDIT: Comodo on Wikipedia:-
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Comodo_Group
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Comodo_Internet_Security

https://www.comodo.com/home/internet...t-security.php
Get the free one, Pro version just has 24/7 support [EDIT: Called GeekBuddy, free for 30 days I think].

EDIT: Pro also has some kind of public network protection (wifi), free for 30 days in free version,
I disable it so I dont get too used to, and reliant upon it. Remembered name, TrustConnect.

EDIT: Here also the Comodo forums:- http://forums.comodo.com/
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Wasn't really meant as an accusation towards Groucho2004, of course, but I figured maybe that upload site had been compromised or something.

I shall seek a different means to download these modded stuffz anyway. Thx for the virus test.
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Wasn't really meant as an accusation towards Groucho2004
Sorry, if I gave impression that I thought you you did, I did not.
But once you get it onto your machine, you are likely to have exact same problem again (if same machine).
Really, suggest Comodo as worth a genuine look. Some little time ago there was some kind of report from
FBI/NSA or similar (linked on Comodo forums), that they had problems breaking through Comodo firewall and additional
security, published as (short) list of security suites that cause authorities problems

EDIT: Also the Anti-Virus (although not immune to false +ve's) consistently scores very high in independent
AV tests. (way better than eg Norton, which seems to have lost the plot a bit in recent times).
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^^ Good links! Thx.

And thanks to Groucho2004 too, naturally! I had very good results with a recompiled VapourSynth dll with ICL10 recently, so this will all be very good and welcome!
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I had very good results with a recompiled VapourSynth dll with ICL10 recently
Huh? I thought I was the only one making ICL10 builds.
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Huh? I thought I was the only one making ICL10 builds.
And right you are. It was VS built with ICC16:

vapoursynth.dll built with ICC16 for Windows
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And right you are. It was VS built with ICC16:

vapoursynth.dll built with ICC16 for Windows
I wonder why he calls it "ICC". Last time I checked, "icc.exe" was the (free) Intel compiler for Linux.
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I wonder why he calls it "ICC". Last time I checked, "icc.exe" was the (free) Intel compiler for Linux.
This is probably the one he used:

https://software.intel.com/en-us/int...eference-guide

Seems to be able to do both:

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Intel® 64 architecture applications can run on the following:

•Windows* operating systems for Intel® 64 architecture-based systems.
•Linux* operating systems for Intel® 64 architecture-based systems.
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This is probably the one he used:

https://software.intel.com/en-us/int...eference-guide

Seems to be able to do both:

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Intel® 64 architecture applications can run on the following:

•Windows* operating systems for Intel® 64 architecture-based systems.
•Linux* operating systems for Intel® 64 architecture-based systems.
Yes, ICC is the acronym of Intel C++ Compiler, not standing for the name of the executable file.
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Added dfttest 1.9.4 built with ICL10. See first post for details.
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Added dfttest 1.9.4 built with ICL10. See first post for details.
Isn't it time you upgraded to ICC16 too?! Just kidding, really; if I recall correctly, those Intel compilers are wickedly expensive.

Thanks for this one, btw.
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