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Avisynth srestore & filter order
#51
Not adding anything to Avisynth atm. since I first:
1.
Quote:Have some issues with 64 bit Avisynth. I'll report you later.
Bugs have priority
2. I need to rewrite quite a bit of the ui code for Avisynth. (Planning to split filters like in Vapoursynth and also thinking about adding 'Apply only to' like I do in Vapoursynth (when I find the time).
Side note: YAHR and CAS are both already supported in the Vapoursynth.

Cu Selur
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#52
(26.01.2021, 06:33)Selur Wrote: Not adding anything to Avisynth atm. since I first:
1.
Quote:Have some issues with 64 bit Avisynth. I'll report you later.
Bugs have priority
2. I need to rewrite quite a bit of the ui code for Avisynth. (Planning to split filters like in Vapoursynth and also thinking about adding 'Apply only to' like I do in Vapoursynth (when I find the time).
Side note: YAHR and CAS are both already supported in the Vapoursynth.

Cu Selur

So far 64 bit has no problem.
In order to remove horizontal stripes tying to implement:

TurnLeft()
DeStripe(2,3,16)
DeStripe(2,2,16)
DeStripe(2,1,12)
TurnRight()
 
Works flawlessly in AvsPmod.
Any suggestion?
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#53
Quote:So far 64 bit has no problem.
before you wrote:
Quote:Have some issues with 64 bit Avisynth.
-> wtf?
Quote:Works flawlessly in AvsPmod.
Any suggestion?
Adding the code it in a custom section,...
LoadPlugin("PATH TO Hybrid\64bit\Avisynth\avisynthPlugins\mvtools2.dll")
LoadPlugin("PATH TO Hybrid\64bit\Avisynth\avisynthPlugins\DeStripe.avs")
TurnLeft()
DeStripe(2,3,16)
DeStripe(2,2,16)
DeStripe(2,1,12)
TurnRight()
seems to be an obvious solution.

Cu Sekur
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#54
(26.01.2021, 17:20)Selur Wrote:
Quote:So far 64 bit has no problem.
before you wrote:
Quote:Have some issues with 64 bit Avisynth.
-> wtf?
Quote:Works flawlessly in AvsPmod.
Any suggestion?
Adding the code it in a custom section,...
LoadPlugin("PATH TO Hybrid\64bit\Avisynth\avisynthPlugins\mvtools2.dll")
LoadPlugin("PATH TO Hybrid\64bit\Avisynth\avisynthPlugins\DeStripe.avs")
TurnLeft()
DeStripe(2,3,16)
DeStripe(2,2,16)
DeStripe(2,1,12)
TurnRight()
seems to be an obvious solution.

Cu Sekur
"Have some issues with 64 bit Avisynth." - that's correct "I HAD AN ISSUES" and that's why I wrote "I'll report you later" to avoid blaming Hybrid without reason and make sure that the problem not in my side. The issue I sometime experience (in 32 bit less often in 64 bit more often) is that the after changing filters/settings with active "Filter view" window, it gets grayed showing "Preparing environment..." endlessly. If I close preview window, the only way to activate it again (even without any filters) is to re-start Hybrid.
"...seems to be an obvious solution." - actually for me - more obvious that the path to avithynthPlugins  specified upon Hybrid installation transparent for "Custom" also and I don't have to use "LoadPlugin(....)"

Unfortunately couldn't mange to get "Obvious"  work

- 64 bit throws an error:
Avisynth preview error: -> Cannot load file 'C:/Program Files/Hybrid/64bit/Avisynth/avisynthPlugins/DeStripe.avs'. Platform returned code 193: %1 is not a valid Win32 application. (D:\Hybrid_test\Gill\tempPreviewAvisynthFile08_17_45_985.avs, line 24) (D:\Hybrid_test\Gill\tempPreviewAvisynthFile08_17_45_985.avs, line 34)

- 32 bit crashes the viewer.


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