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So, it's a while no that I'm trying to use Avisynth, but every time there seems to be a different error, so I figured I'd just ask here a few question to get rid of some doubts and to better understand the software. (I'm obviously a beginner so be patient 😅)
Ok, this is what I have installed now:
- Avisynth 2.6.0
- Avisynth +
Here's the things I still don't understand that I think are preventing me from using the program correctly:
1. When I download some new plugins, in what folder am I supposed to put them? In the plugins folder of Avisynth, or in the plugins folder of Avisynth +?
And if its Avisynth +, witch of the 3 plugins folder?? (+ , 64, 64+)
2. When I load a source, how do I know which decoder to chose? (LWLibavVideoSource , DirectShowSource, etc..)
3. Should I aim for 32 or 64 bit plugins?
Hi-dee-ho, Maynard here
I'm looking to remaster The Angry Beavers using the Shout Factory DVDs and AviSynth filters TComb and WarpSharp.
Here are some samples of the filters in effect:
There's just one problem standing in the way.
The filter I'm using to remove the Dot Crawling seems to be merging with the wrong frame:
Each frame in the original footage has an identical one right after that, where if you blend them together, their individual dots cancel each other out. Is there any way to blend the frames with their identical variations instead of the different frame after?
I'm looking only to restore Seasons 3 & 4, as 1 & 2 don't have these issues, and are just blurry (as if the camera was near-sighted.)
On a side note: Are there any other filters I should add?
I was wondering if anyone could point me in the right direction getting started with color correction with staxrip and either VapourSynth or AVIsynth. I have experiencescripting with them before, but it was mainly for encoding not actual mastering of a video.
It's possible to convert to "native" 10 bits on avisynth? Because even with filters modified to high bit depth, after extracting lossless a 8bit archive comes out, and using a 10 bit output of some filters like flash3kyuu deband, it duplicates the height, but the duplicated half is odd, and even that way, a 10bit RAW doesn't come. How can I proceed? I want it necessarily on avisynth, and not the conversion to 10bits that it's possible to do with the x264 codec during the conversion.
Double height bug example:
By Nikolai Smirnof
Hey everyone, I'm attempting to encode videos into higher framerates through frame interpolation. Currently, I use Smooth Video Project 4 (SVP 4) to prerender the given video file up to 144 fps (limited by my monitor's refresh rate), which is temporarily stored in RAM during playback.
If possible, I would like to use Interframe, an AviSynth script, to increase a given video's framerate by an integer multiple of my choice through video encoding. While I would be interested in learning how to achieve this through 10 bit HEVC, I'd be perfectly fine figuring out encode interpolation using 8 bit AVC. Does anyone have ideas on how this can be achieved?