Honestly, all things considered, the knowledge I have and the limitations of 64bit and mt is still plenty to tackle most video problems well enough. If bluray is the future, most of my filtering for those has just been merely deinterlacing and occasionally tdecimate. Sometimes I still work on banding, colors, and lines out of preference but again its minimal. That being said, there's even further of a less need to change.
Temporal problems is news to me. If each frame is being processed by its own core, why would that cause trouble getting the data from previous and next frames? I may test this with ft3d on some heavy noise, but I've never had any problems or maybe I dont notice it.
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