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QTGMC
#1
Why are these functions not available or am I blind?

QTGMC Full repair

QTGMC Repair detail's

https://drive.google.com/file/d/1MWCSzqO...sp=sharing
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#2
"QTGMC Full repair", "QTGMC Repair detail's" never heard of it.
If this is referring to 'InputType' 1&2 which are meant to help clean up progressive source, those are available in QTGMC in the denoise section, not in the deinterlacer.

Cu Selur
--- mainly offline 20.-26 of May ---
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#3
(10.09.2023, 08:57)Selur Wrote: "QTGMC Full repair", "QTGMC Repair detail's" never heard of it.
If this is referring to 'InputType' 1&2 which are meant to help clean up progressive source, those are available in QTGMC in the denoise section, not in the deinterlacer.

Cu Selur

look https://drive.google.com/file/d/1kF8050q...sp=sharing
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#4
You can look at the script StaxRip produces to know for sure what these options do, but to me it still looks like the InputType parameter and maybe some other settings are simple represented under a different name.
There are available in Hybrid, they are not for deinterlacing but denoising, so they are in the denoiser interface of QTGMC in Hybrid.

Cu Selur
--- mainly offline 20.-26 of May ---
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#5
(10.09.2023, 09:21)Selur Wrote: You can look at the script StaxRip produces to know for sure what these options do, but to me it still looks like the InputType parameter and maybe some other settings are simple represented under a different name.
There are available in Hybrid, they are not for deinterlacing but denoising, so they are in the denoiser interface of QTGMC in Hybrid.

Cu Selur

aaa Big Grin +sharpening
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#6
If you prefer StaxRip use it.
The sharpening parameters are available in both QTGMC under Deinterlacer and Denoise, you can also add custom options to QTGMC to access anything from it that may not be directly covered in the ui.
You might want to read the Avisynth documentation of QTGMC and the script itself, to know what other options QTGMC has.

Cu Selur
--- mainly offline 20.-26 of May ---
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#7
Big Grin
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my software
Davinci Resolve Studio - trim function - better
Handbrake software 
Shutter encoder 
Staxrip software - trim function - better
Hybrid software 
Topaz Video Enhance with AI(fake)
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