Virtual Dub Filters http://www.thedeemon.com/VirtualDubFilters/Senvae wrote:... I tried to see if I had a plugin for that ...
Senvae wrote:Ok, now the VirtualDub crashes when I try to do the de-interlacing scripts. Doesn't seem to agree with the TFM line. I tried to see if I had a plugin for that but I couldn't find it. Little help please!
Qyot27 wrote:Senvae wrote:Ok, now the VirtualDub crashes when I try to do the de-interlacing scripts. Doesn't seem to agree with the TFM line. I tried to see if I had a plugin for that but I couldn't find it. Little help please!
You want the TIVTC package. Unzip it and stick the .dll files in C:\Program Files\AviSynth 2.5\plugins
Senvae wrote:BTW: do any of you guys know of really filters or other avisynth commands that could be handy to clean or boost the footage, make it look prettier?
MPEG2Source("__vid__", ipp=true, cpu=4) #the __vid__ part means DGIndex will insert the proper name of the file there
deint = TDeint(mode=2, mtnmode=3, blim=100)
AssumeFPS(24) #because of the fact I do go to the trouble of doing the audio adjustment method
deen("w3d",2,8,8,8,8) #some really basic, rather weak smoothing - enough to take care of minor problems with noise most times; that particular command makes deen operate in both spatial (the first two 8s) and temporal modes (the last two 8s)
gradfun2db(2.0) #reduces banding, including some that may have occurred because of deen; requires an external plugin
ConvertToRGB24() #because I use Premiere, and RGB24 HuffYUV clips are the easiest for me to edit with
Crop(8,0,-6,-2) #where the values are left,top,right,bottom - the negative signs are necessary for the right and bottom values
Senvae wrote:Ok I was reading into the Guides on this website on how to get the best possible quality image from my DVD, and I realized I didn't have the time or the energy to take a Video College Course online.
Senvae wrote:... problems I've been having with exporting...
Senvae wrote:... do I need to make ...
Senvae wrote:... I'm getting an error message ...
Senvae wrote:... but I couldn't find it. Little help please! ...
Senvae wrote:... doesn't seem to find anything ...
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