You're welcomeAbsoluteDestiny wrote:Thanks for the feedback. There is still a lot left to do on these guides (so much has changed in the year and a half since they were written) so help like this is always welcome.
Corran Productions wrote:...Also try deleting the plugin folder in your Avisynth directory and reinstall the plugins via the AMVapp. You might have an old plugin in there that is causing problems...
sysKin wrote:As for colour information, they are not so easy. They are called U and V, or Cr and Cb. They can have both positive and negative values, and completely match the way colour is processed in our brain.
Cr, when positive, means that the object is red.
Cr negative means that the object is green. Our brain understands these two colours as opposites - If you think about it, no object can ever be red-greenish.
Cb, when positive, indicates blue object. Cb negative means yellow. Again, they are the opposites for our brain.
Is it Interlaced?
You probably know this already because DGIndex generally tells you if it is or not (Frame Type: Interlaced or Progressive). It is very important to look closely at the frame typ
Tab. wrote:I take issue with the opponent-process theory of color. It pairs white-black, red-green, and blue-yellow, but from personal observation that doesn't seem correct at all. Rather, the opposites seem merely to be the light opposites of each color. That is, red-cyan, green-magenta, blue-yellow, white-black. I don't know how psychologists could possibly miss that, it should be rather obvious to anyone looking at an afterimage. I guess magenta+red and cyan+green are similar enough that nobody cares... I dunno :/
I have been told that it is impossible to use this method with Premiere Pro at this time - if anyone knows differently then let me know
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