How do i filter at 16bit and then dither to 10bit and give this to x264 through pipe? Could someone post the script for doing this?
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There are examples in the instructions. Not very many filters are available at "fake" 16bit
Have i made any mistakes in this script?
LoadPlugin("D:\Program Files (x86)\MeGUI\tools\dgindexnv\DGDecodeNV.dll")
DGSource("D:\Users\x265\Desktop\New folder (2)\ep1.dgi",fieldop=0)
AnimeIVTC(mode=4, omode=2, aa=0, pass=2)
MCTD(AA=true, UseEEDI2=true, Settings="low", sigma=6, twopass=true, fixband=false, interlaced=false)
crop(4, 2, -4, 0)
Dither_quantize(10, reducerange=true, mode=8)
Are you doing a 2pass VFR encode?
MCTD is the wrong call unless you modified the .avsi ; It should be "MCTemporalDenoise"
The dither part looks correct if you are piping 10bit data instead of 16bit, but it looks like you are using megui ? I don't think megui can encode 10bit unless you replace the binary with a 10bit version (standard one is 8bit) . You also have to use avs2yuv or avs4x264mod to pipe yuv data to the 10bit x264 binary, I don' t know if megui is setup for that
I'm using the modified version of MCTemporalDenoise by "06 taro". MCTemporalDenoise uses gradfun2dbmod, can i change this and use gradfun3?