The colour's already wrong, I figure it can't hurt to at least see if it can be done.
It's on a scene change, there doesn't seem to be any blending yet it's paler than the previous frame.
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ColourLike(). Or just copy the next/previous frame over it.
Are you looking for an automatic solution, or are you willing to make your way through the video manually fixing the scene changes as you go along?
... Don't you read doom9? I'm writing a powershell script to split episodes into scenes so I can work on each scene individually. This particular frame is actually a single field, although I'm pretty sure the discolouration begins in the previous frame although it just looks like noise there though. The discolouration could have just bled there from the final frame through filtering or referencing maybe... not sure.
AviSynth FreezeFrame command. Both he and I know another way that saves much of the writing FreezeFrame requires. So, again, if this is something automatic you want, well I know of this which duplicates all scene change frames with the frames both immediately before and after them. Personally, I don't find it so useful because it always duplicates the frames and sometimes duplicates frames you don't want replaced (the dfactor setting is important) while I prefer something that duplicates only the ones needing replacing. Maybe you want them all replaced, in which case you might like it
It needs RemoveDirt:
prev = A.selectevery(1,-1)
next = A.selectevery(1,1)
SCclean = A.SCSelect(next,prev,A,dfactor=2.0) # 2.0 ~ 5.0
return(SCclean) # return(restore) for NO scenechange cleanup
Last edited by manono; 17th Jan 2016 at 18:03.