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[HELP] Find And (Optionally) Fix Bad Frames
Is this script included in Hybrid's Avisynth filter options?

Find And (Optionally) Fix Bad Frames
No, and I won't add that script because it's ugly written (not generic, but requires manual editing of the script whenever used).

Cu Selur
Is there another way of detecting digital glitched frames?
Quote:Is there another way of detecting digital glitched frames?
That script will not detect digital glitched frames, at least not when the glitch is caused by transfer issues or similar.
Quote:#It works very well for finding both blank frames and also "flash" frames (like those caused
#by a photographer's flash). It will also find single frames which have lots of
#static or pixels. It can also find a frame with large x or y displacement from adjacent frames, like
#a film frame that wasn't properly registered in the film gate, or an analog
#video frame that lost vertical sync.
It will replace any frames based on luma differences, and will replace a frame if it's luma difference is high in comparison to the frame before and after it.

=> It does not detect digital glitched frames.

Cu Selur
OK, thanks. I guess I will need to search for glitched frames manually by sight.

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