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Old 18th January 2012, 12:34   #21  |  Link
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I'll make some tests about MT and SetMemory. If you have some influence on cretindesalpes, try to ask for a dither.dll and mvtools.dll in x64
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Old 25th January 2012, 11:28   #22  |  Link
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Dogway, I'm having major problems with 1920x1080 movies on the following code:
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SMDegrain (tr=6,PreFilter=2,lsb_out=true,Globals=2)
SMDegrain (tr=6,            lsb_in =true,Globals=1,mode=6
If used on cropped height I get almost decent FPS, on full height, i.e 1080, or nearest 16 multiple, i.e. 1072, I got ~ 1fps.

Any idea?
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Old 26th January 2012, 01:10   #23  |  Link
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Just thought I should chime in and say Dogway is on "vacation" so don't expect much from him on this thread for about 3 more weeks.
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Old 26th January 2012, 10:52   #24  |  Link
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The v1.8 download is set to private on mediafire. Can anyone else please share this while Dogway is away?
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new mirror please?

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Here's an alternative link: SMDegrain v.1.8d.zip
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Old 28th January 2012, 17:16   #28  |  Link
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Works fine here..
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Old 28th January 2012, 17:48   #29  |  Link
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yes it is now working. thanks for upload Anacletus
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fileserve link above works fine here too

here is a mirror if you are having problems

SMDegrain v.1.8d
http://www.mediafire.com/?p6w5ndpdag9obym
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Dogway, do you think this could be of any help for the MT problem?
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Is there any reason why thSADC parameter isn't exposed? It might be useful in some cases.
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not really, I missed the option, so I might add it for next version in a not intrusive way, I just don't want to flood the function with endless parameters, and chroma has always been buggy in mvtools (I tend to denoise only luma). Important also is the truemotion parameter, more indeed to my eyes and already included in the pre 1.9.

cretindesalpes released today the awaited MT Dither tools with mvtools2mod. I will have a look on what I can implement from there, and along all the changes already made and due to when I got some time I will be releasing v.1.9 under a new thread in Doom10. I will keep my posts in Doom9 minimal and this the last one on this thread. So ask me there if you can. I will be active there posting functions, etc.
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Dogway is there a way to tweak the scene detection threshold? On dark scenes sometimes I get 1 or 2 blurry frames between scenes.
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I got some time I will be releasing v.1.9 under a new thread in Doom10.
Please tell us when to go there.
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this function requires levels to be in PC range, correct?
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Old 24th July 2012, 14:59   #37  |  Link
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Hi,
I made some speed/quality test.

SMDegrain (tr=6,PreFilter=1,lsb=true,mode=6)
SMDegrain (tr=6,PreFilter=1,lsb=true,mode=6)
I got about 3fps

MCTemporalDenoise(Settings="High")
I got about 8fps

The visual quality is about the same but MCTemporalDenoise is little bit cleaner than SMDegrain.

Do you think is possible to achieve better speed/quality with one pass of SMDegrain ?
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Do you think is possible to achieve better speed/quality with one pass of SMDegrain ?
Dogway stated clearly that he doesn't support Doom9 anymore.
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I know tormentor. I was just hoping maybe someone else have idea. Thats why I post on the 2 forum
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I ported SMDegrain v2.1d to VapourSynth:
http://www.mediafire.com/?agrvdscar4syor6

There are three features of the script not implemented in this VapourSynth version: YUY2 support, Motion Vectors Globals Input/Output, Show Panel. Mainly because I don't use/need them at all, so I don't bother to spend my time on them.

Now there are two problems with MSuper as I reported here. The above problems will crash the program when you use the script with pel=1 or subpixel=3 argument. Since the script will automatically switch pel to 1 on HD sources, until the above problem get fixed, you have to specify pel=2 if your sources is in HD resolution.

BTW, I add three parameters to the function:
tff, setting tff to true means top field first and false means bottom field first, because VapourSynth has no notion of field order internally. Only needed when interlaced=True.
MVglobal, to be able to use global=True in MAnalyse even when truemotion=False.
core, to pass the core instance of VapourSynth in.

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