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Old 18th January 2009, 10:22   #1  |  Link
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x264 opt. for hand drawn anime

Hi!

I'm looking for the optimal options for hand drawn anime.
My problem is, that in contrast to CG-Anime, in hand drawn anime little color spots often "flicker" what lowers viewing quality. So I want to eliminate this flicker.

Are there any special options that adress this issue?
I've played with deblock and nr, which helped a bit, but the issue still stands there.

For encoding I use mencoder.

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Old 18th January 2009, 12:28   #2  |  Link
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x264 isn't the tool for this because it has no filters. I would suggest you look at Avisynth, it has a wide range of filters, some suitable for this problem. If you aren't running Windows and really object to using wine then look at the mplayer/mencoder manual, I know it has some filters. You could also try Avidemux because I think it has more filters to offer.
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Tell me about some "fitting" mencoder filters.
Btw...I'm running Linux.
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Maybe hqdn3d.

Post screenshots or a sample clip of the source if you want more specific advice. I'm not very familiar with this kind of video myself.
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Also check out the avisynth section. You could probably get a lot of help from there.
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