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Better SMDegrain for VapourSynth

i have some material with heavy graining, where I need a temporal radius bigger than 3, but the current implemented SMDegrain for Vapoursynth supports only tr < 3.
On Vsdb (page 2) I found an improved version of SMDegrain for Vapoursynth ("SMDegrain with float and tr > 3 support"). Is it possible to use external plugins in Hybrid? Or is it possible to implement this version of SMDegrain in future releases of hybrid?
Quote:Is it possible to use external plugins in Hybrid?
If you know your way around Vapoursynth scripting that's what the custom section is for.

Quote: Or is it possible to implement this version of SMDegrain in future releases of hybrid?
Looking at it would require some additional changes, atm. is doesn't support using nneci3 opencl, like the version Hybrid uses. (not many changes, so no real problem)

Quote:tr > 3 uses mvsf hence requires float input, also requires mvmulti module.
So an additional color conversion (input needs to be YUV444PS) and additional dependencies. ( which requires, which I can't get to compile on anything but Windows <- this really is troublesome)
-> this would be a Windows only thing, not sure it's worth the trouble. (having to maintain a modified Windows and a modified Linux version)

Cu Selur
Thank you for your detailed answer. I think in those cases I'll stick to avisynth, even if its slower. But it will save a lot of work with custom scripting and so Big Grin

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