Filter for Frame Blending?

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Filter for Frame Blending?

Postby Bollocks » Sat Dec 21, 2013 4:04 pm

I'm trying to clean up some DVD footage I ripped, and have noticed that the footage has some pretty nasty looking frame blending. I would basically just like to know if there's an AviSynth filter that deals with frame blending like this.
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Re: Filter for Frame Blending?

Postby Qyot27 » Sun Dec 22, 2013 3:28 am

It could either be caused by the IVTC filter screwing up and doing poor matches/post-processing, or it could really be in the source. If it's the latter, there's not much that can be done, if anything. If it's the former, then it can be by either using a better IVTC filter (or better settings, at least), or if you're masochistic, YATTA (where you'll do the frame matching manually and then use the overrides file with your IVTC filter).
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Re: Filter for Frame Blending?

Postby l33tmeatwad » Sun Dec 22, 2013 10:18 am

What Qyot27 said, and it's a longshot, but you could also try AnimeIVTC using mode 2. I don't normally recommend it because the script uses some filters that often wash out detail (also it's a complete pain in the ass to setup...and it's slow...), but I have had success with some bad sources (GTO and the original Dirty Pair OVA releases) that had some light after imaging going on (not quite full frame blending) using that script...I never really looked into why though (I suppose I should go back and look now that I know AviSynth better...lol).
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Re: Filter for Frame Blending?

Postby Bollocks » Sun Dec 22, 2013 2:14 pm

Thanks for the advice from both of you.
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Re: Filter for Frame Blending?

Postby Enigmo » Mon Dec 30, 2013 12:00 pm

If it's PAL, you're out of luck. If it's NTSC, just deinterlace and use changefps(23.976)
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Re: Filter for Frame Blending?

Postby Bollocks » Mon Dec 30, 2013 12:32 pm

It is indeed PAL. Yay for living in England...
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Re: Filter for Frame Blending?

Postby blaksun » Thu Jan 09, 2014 1:43 am

sound like the problem i had (i ditend get a fix but if it help here is wot answers i got)
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best advise i can give is to go and look if a friend you don´t know you had, have it in better Q :wink:

but if you find a AviSynth that can fix it :sorcerer: Plz lat me know 8-)
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