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Old 18th July 2015, 05:29   #1  |  Link
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TComb v2.0 (x86/x64)

Hi guys, I decided to update tritical's old filter encompassing his to-do-list of changes as well as porting the code to x64 among other things. An attachment of the filter can be found at the bottom of this post.

Further information can be found in the readme as well as on my GitHub.

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Last edited by Elegant; 30th July 2015 at 01:26. Reason: Updated 26/07/2015.
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Old 20th July 2015, 02:18   #2  |  Link
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It's been a long time since I personally have had occasion to use TComb, so as far as functionality I'll just say thank you very much and place it in my plugins folder for the next time I'm playing with a LaserDisc capture.

Meanwhile, I guess I'm in a perfectionist mood because I noticed a couple things reading the description. Sorry, just trying to help! I'll use itty-bitty font to emphasize how unimportant these are.

Under Programmer Notes: "There work led to the port of this project."
Your section of the change-list in the readme.txt is using DD/MM/YYYY while tritical used the American format. This could get a little confusing if there are future updates.
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Thanks Elegant! Nice to see another plugin from tritical available in 64-bit. I still have a handful of (yet to be processed) DVD's with dot crawl and rainbows.
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Old 29th July 2015, 20:17   #4  |  Link
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Thanks

This is my goto filter for dotcrawl so a update is warmly welcomed.

Offtopic: Has Tritical left the Avisynth community for good? Been a while since I've seen a post from him...
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This filter doesn't quite work the same as the 32-bit version. Much less effective, unfortunately. Anyone else come across this and have a workaround?
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This filter doesn't quite work the same as the 32-bit version. Much less effective, unfortunately. Anyone else come across this and have a workaround?
Can you be more specific ? For example, do you get different results with the same settings ? It might help to improve it if you provided an accurate description

A workaround would be to run the original 32bit version through mp_pipeline
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Can you be more specific ? For example, do you get different results with the same settings ? It might help to improve it if you provided an accurate description
And a small sample file that exhibited differences would probably help someone to find any problems.
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Here's a sample of the clip I'm looking at. I recently upgraded meGUI to the x64 version and I've been working at rebuilding my filter library. So far, the 64-bit TComb is far less effective at removing the dot crawl in comparison to the 32-bit version. In the clip below I'm focusing on the vertical lines of the rock monument at the very opening scene as a prime example. I'm using these same exact parameters for both cases:

TComb(mode=0, fthreshL=5, othreshL=4)


This is my entire script (if it helps):
MPEG2SOURCE("J:\Videos\DVDRips\!WORK\Roswell25.d2v")
i=MPEG2SOURCE("J:\Videos\DVDRips\!WORK\Roswell25.d2v")
edeint=i.nnedi3(-2)
TComb(mode=0, fthreshL=5, othreshL=4) #5,4 are the ideal setting for Roswell
TFM(slow=2,pp=7,mode=3,clip2=i.tdeint(mode=2,mthreshl=0,mthreshc=0,edeint=edeint))
TDecimate(mode = 1)
crop(0,2,-12,0)
chromashiftsp(x=2)
QTGMC(preset="slow",inputtype=1,tr0=0,tr1=2,tr2=1,smode=0,ezdenoise=1.3)
FineDehalo2(hconv="-1 -1 1 1 40 1 1 -1 -1", vconv="-1 -1 1 1 40 1 1 -1 -1")
dehalohmod(smooth=true) #kill those skeeters
dehalo_alpha(darkstr=0,brightstr=.2,ss=2) #De-halo the whole thing. In original video and from msharpen
dehalo_alpha(darkstr=0,brightstr=.4,ss=2,cs=true)
dehalo_alpha(darkstr=0,brightstr=.6,ss=2,cs=true)
aWarpSharp2(thresh=128, blur=2, type=0, depth=8, chroma=6)
hysteria(showmask=false,luma_cap=63,lowthresh=10,highthresh=15)
msharpen(mask=false,threshold=22,strength=40)
nnedi3_rpow2(rfactor=2,cshift="Spline36Resize",fwidth=720,fheight=480)
sharpen(.1)

SAMPLE CLIP HERE
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Yes, I can replicate the issue. This x86 version works, and the original x86 tritical version works at similar strengths. This x64 version is "less effective" as you describe when using the same settings

Elegant looks to be active still (last post ~ 1 month ago)

Another option in the meantime would be to use x86 version, and avfs into the x64 script
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A user named saiclabs at a different site compiled a new version of 64-bit TComb from Tritical's original source code. I don't think it has the 2.0 updates in it that Elegant tried to put in, but at least it works in 64-bit now.

https://www.upload.ee/files/9792816/TComb.7z.html
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A user named saiclabs at a different site compiled a new version of 64-bit TComb from Tritical's original source code. I don't think it has the 2.0 updates in it that Elegant tried to put in, but at least it works in 64-bit now.

https://www.upload.ee/files/9792816/TComb.7z.html
But Elangant released a x64 version: https://github.com/Elegant996/TComb/releases
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But Elangant released a x64 version: https://github.com/Elegant996/TComb/releases
It does not work unfortunately.
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