Phantasmagoriat wrote::dino: did you try ttempsmooth() just by itself without any arguments? Do you even have TTempSmooth.dll in your avisynth plugins folder?
I just used it's default... So I used
TTempSmooth(maxr=3, lthresh=4, cthresh=5, lmdiff=2, cmdiff=3, strength=2, scthresh=12.0, fp=true, vis_blur=0, debug=false, interlaced=false, pfclip=?)
Except in place of ? I had put null (because it told me to...)
Phantasmagoriat wrote:Did you check if you actually have libfftw3f-3.dll in your C:\Windows\System32 folder?
Yes, I do. I have libfftw3f-3.def plus pairs of two others that are very similar (came with a pack).
Phantasmagoriat wrote:It's not that that bad, some of it may even go away in the final stage when you compress your video... but still it looks like you'll need to experiment with temporal cleaning filters [like fft3dgpu(), ttempsmooth(), dfttest(), fluxsmoothst() etc...] and a gradient-fixer [gradfun2db(), gradfun2dbmod(), gradfunkmirror() etc...] I can't recommend much for temporal filters because they are... temporal. Thus require a sequence of frames to process [I suppose if you are really desperate, you could post a lossless video clip... ] But anyways, you'll definitely need a gradient-fixer. Higher values with gradfun2db show some good improvements at the expense of some haloing around edges, but if your temporal filters do a good job you won't need as high values for gradient fixing.
Thank you for listing those. I'll definitely check them all out and write it down. And no, I'm not gonna post a lossless clip I'm sure this just takes a lot of trial and error to get right.
Thanks for all that help Phantasmagoriat. Your username is also very fun to type.
Qyot27 wrote:To be completely honest here, monitor settings have a lot to do with how noticeable this is. I threw the before and after shots next to each other and jumped back and forth in Firefox, and I couldn't see the problem with the black dress. I had to crank my brightness values way up just to see it (and yeah, that's pretty nasty, but I'm not seeing why the smoother - any smoother - was even necessary in the first place).
Hm... Alright. I'll make sure in the future I don't rely on Avisynth for everything and filter every source I have. Although on my monitor, the noise and random blocks in the backgrounds were very noticeable... Thanks for bringing that to my attention.