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[BUG] LimitedSharpenFasterMod / AviSynth: Min/Max (enh) + 3x3 Kernel Crash
#1
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Selecting the Min/Max (enh) + 3x3 Kernel mode here will cause a crash on AviSynth preview or output:

[Image: BeyI37F.png]

The debug indicates that this mode (Smethod=5) is not valid, as the valid modes are 1 - 4. I don't see a difference between modes 3 and 4, so the numbers may indicate different Smethods than what is shown in Hybrid. The AviSynth Wiki says Smethod=5 is valid... although the change log shows that Smethod=4 was added in version 1.6, and in version 1.7 Smethod=4 was "changed to 'source'".


.zip   HybridDebugOutput.zip (Size: 3,22 KB / Downloads: 2)
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#2
I'll look at it on Sunday (or later today). Visiting my parents today. Wink
btw. the latest LFMod is: https://github.com/realfinder/AVS-Stuff/...SFmod.avsi

Cu Selur

Ps.: https://github.com/realfinder/AVS-Stuff/issues/92
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#3
Sunday is the day I usually visit my parents. Cool

Thanks for the link, I suspected there was someone else maintaining it.

Smethod=5 is definitely not in the current code, but he doesn't seem to have any documentation about it. I created an issue and asked about it.

477  Assert( ( Smethod >= 1 && Smethod <= 4 ) ? true : false, chr(10) + "'Smethod' have not a correct value! [1,2,3,4]" + chr(10))
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#4
I keep my fingers crossed that someone over at doom9s knows what happened. Smile

Cu Selur
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#5
It's apparently been like that since 2009, my suspicion is Smethod 4 is really Smethod 5. Visually, in the preview, I can't tell the difference between 3 and 4.
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