[BUG] mcdeint custon filter always crashing
#1
Hi Selur,

Same thing as my previous post, except it doesnt mess up the program.
It crashes every time. Didnt work in previous version either.
Thanks.
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#2
I'll look into it, haven't used mcdeint for ages,... may be they changed the syntax,..
-> nope, seems like mcdeint was removed from mencoder
http://www.mplayerhq.hu/DOCS/man/de/mplayer.1.html does list it, but mencoder -vf help doesn't :/
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#3
when i click on preview on vaporsynth i get the preview window properly.
when i click on the other preview button, the preview window appears for a milisec and closes.
here is the log of the latter.
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#4
it's not a vapoursynth or avisynth filter, so neither has anything to do with it,..
No clue why mcdeint doesn't come with mplayer/mencoder any more. Haven't found any info about it so far.

Cu Selur
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#5
(25.08.2018, 19:14)Selur Wrote: I'll look into it, haven't used mcdeint for ages,... may be they changed the syntax,..
-> nope, seems like mcdeint was removed from mencoder
http://www.mplayerhq.hu/DOCS/man/de/mplayer.1.html does list it, but mencoder -vf help doesn't :/

must be those hungarian slackers Smile))))
well just gimme any deinterlacer that can properly decode my retarded NTSC DVD cartoons Smile)
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#6
Try a IVTC filter from Avisynth/Vapoursynth if those do not help, you probably won't get to a good result without a lot of tweaking.

http://avisynth.nl/index.php/AnimeIVTC might be a good start. No it's not supported in Hybrid since it simply has too many options which need to be adjusted to the source to be useful for most users:
AnimeIVTC (clip i, int "mode", int "aa", int "precision", int "killcomb", int "cache", bool "ifade", float "sfthr"*, bool "sfshow"* , bool "chrfix" , bool "blend" , bool "normconv" , int "pattern" , int "pass", bool "rendering" , int "bbob", int "cbob", string "edimode", int "degrain", int "omode" , int "cthresh"* , int "blockx"* , int "blocky"* , int "MI"* , int "tfmm"* , int "pp"* , int "metric"* , int "micmatching"* , int "i1", int "i2", int "e1", int "e2", int "e3", int "p1", int "p2" , bool "dchr"* , bool "palf"* , bool "tcfv1"* , bool "nvfr"* , bool "real30p"* , bool "autoAssuf"* , int "ediandnn"* , bool "o3025cfr"* , int "overlap", int "pel", int "search", bool "nnedi3pel"** , string "credconv" , bool "mode22"* , clip "ediext"* , string "bob4p"* , clip "extbob"* , string "extbobf"* , bool "repwithtdeint"* , float "dark", int "thin", int "sharp", int "smooth", bool "stabilize", int "tradius", int "aapel", int "aaov", int "aablk", string "aatype")

Cu Selur
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#7
(25.08.2018, 19:26)Selur Wrote: Try a IVTC filter from Avisynth/Vapoursynth if those do not help, you probably won't get to a good result without a lot of tweaking.

http://avisynth.nl/index.php/AnimeIVTC might be a good start. No it's not supported in Hybrid since it simply has too many options which need to be adjusted to the source to be useful for most users:
AnimeIVTC (clip i, int "mode", int "aa", int "precision", int "killcomb", int "cache", bool "ifade", float "sfthr"*, bool "sfshow"* , bool "chrfix" , bool "blend" , bool "normconv" , int "pattern" , int "pass", bool "rendering" , int "bbob", int "cbob", string "edimode", int "degrain", int "omode" , int "cthresh"* , int "blockx"* , int "blocky"* , int "MI"* , int "tfmm"* , int "pp"* , int "metric"* , int "micmatching"* , int "i1", int "i2", int "e1", int "e2", int "e3", int "p1", int "p2" , bool "dchr"* , bool "palf"* , bool "tcfv1"* , bool "nvfr"* , bool "real30p"* , bool "autoAssuf"* , int "ediandnn"* , bool "o3025cfr"* , int "overlap", int "pel", int "search", bool "nnedi3pel"** , string "credconv" , bool "mode22"* , clip "ediext"* , string "bob4p"* , clip "extbob"* , string "extbobf"* , bool "repwithtdeint"* , float "dark", int "thin", int "sharp", int "smooth", bool "stabilize", int "tradius", int "aapel", int "aaov", int "aablk", string "aatype")

Cu Selur

thanks Selur, you worth every penny of my donation!
ima go figure out where to even input this command line.
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#8
That's not a command line, but the signature of AnimeIVTC in Avisynth. Smile

Cu Selur
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#9
(25.08.2018, 19:37)Selur Wrote: That's not a command line, but the signature of AnimeIVTC in Avisynth. Smile

Cu Selur

umm okay, but how do i go on about entering it? the avisynth field is all grayed out for me anyways :S
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#10
a. Avisynth is grayed out because: Filtering->Support is not set to Avisynth
b. You won't be able to use AnimeIVTC in Hybrid (unless you really knew your way around Avisynth and understood how Hybrid uses Avisynth).
-> Using AnimeIVTC would require that you write your own Avisynth script. Smile

Cu Selur
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