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Old 10th June 2016, 04:44   #21  |  Link
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The user stickboy has several tools that could be used for manual labor. Maybe my script RescueFrame can help.
About rainbows look DeRainbow.

EDIT: more problems with chroma: Here.
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The user stickboy has several tools that could be used for manual labor. Maybe my script RescueFrame can help.
About rainbows look DeRainbow.

EDIT: more problems with chroma: Here.
Yeah I began looking for derainbowing tools right after, they seem to help greatly. I noticed though that interlacing artifacts are not completely dealt with by sp00kyfox's script, though they are much harder to catch. See here for example - look particularly at the edges of the letters.

ED: Sorry, I didn't process the first sentence there. I'll look into those as well.
I also found this. So I have a lot to keep in mind between your recommendations and manono's. Thanks again! Though if you have any more specific ideas than manually replacing the remaining bad frames, I'd be happy to here those as well.

ED2: Your script looks useful if I had to manually fix a frame and reinsert it but I don't think I'll have to do that? Hopefully I could just use the preceding artifact-free frame in most cases.

ED3: So natch it's not that easy. Sometimes it's the first frame, sometimes it's the second. Brilliant.

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Badframes is interesting, but is other "no pain-no gain" tool because lack of a threshold option for automatize the job.

Take a look, other home remedy: Here.

EDIT: links not working, somebody will have frebuild.avsi?
EDIT2: seems a fake tool (?).
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Badframes is interesting, but is other "no pain-no gain" tool because lack of a threshold option for automatize the job.

Take a look, other home remedy: Here.

EDIT: links not working, somebody will have frebuild.avsi?
EDIT2: seems a fake tool (?).
Yeah I saw that before but wasn't sure if it was relevant, and the forum link just went to the main page, so I didn't find out anything else about it :/
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Take a look, other home remedy: Here.

EDIT: links not working, somebody will have frebuild.avsi?
EDIT2: seems a fake tool (?).
FRebuild script was never published. I forgot to add a note to the wiki. Here's the back story:
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The story is: when I had made that script, the Wiki allowed me to edit the page, but not to upload the script, but would'nt tell me why. Later, I learned from wilbert that I should try to do ten edits so the system would upgrade my account. But then I had already found some flaws and re-invented the idea from a better starting point. So I actually never published it and later also didn't judge it worth being published any more. Instead, I published the successor script FSubstitute in the forum.
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Thanks, Reel.Deel.
This history is very weird .
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Thanks for the heads-up on this; I'm going to look into FSubstitute and see what it can do.

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