Help with AviSynth script [split]

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Postby itachitosasukekunchan » Mon Dec 18, 2006 4:19 pm

I have naruto downloaded footage and I want to clean it so that the footage gets high quality
I am using avisynth scripts and my footage is in "avi" format.
If anyone could tell me what commands could I use in avisynth to get the high quality footage(clear the footage), I would be very gratefull. :)
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Postby Gepetto » Mon Dec 18, 2006 4:58 pm

Gepetto wrote:
itachitosasukekunchan wrote:I have naruto downloaded footage and I want to clean it so that the footage gets high quality
I am using avisynth scripts and my footage is in "avi" format.
If anyone could tell me what commands could I use in avisynth to get the high quality footage(clear the footage), I would be very gratefull. :)


You posted in the completely wrong place, son. Regardless, read this to get started with your scripting.


EDIT: I had answered in the other thread but when I submitted it had already been split.
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Postby Kariudo » Mon Dec 18, 2006 5:11 pm

besides using downladed footage to make amvs being against the site rules...no matter what you do, the quality you will get will be subpar to what you could get from dvd.

Every source needs a different treatment to get the "best" look. Before you can make it look better, you need to know what's preventing it from looking "good"

this is what you should know at the very least
this is a start of what you should be looking for and what you can do.

http://forum.doom9.org/ is also a good place to look for tools/methods and filters.
AvsP is also a nice tool to help in your quest for high quality footage
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