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  1. I have this Blu-Ray and alot of the black lines seem to have blurry shadows along the outsides of the lines. Its very visible on white areas for sure.

    I have already tried chroma sharpening and halo removal. It did not seem to fix it for me.

    Whats with this and can I reduce visibility or remove them?

    Here is a screenshot of what I am talking about.

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    Last edited by killerteengohan; 29th May 2018 at 02:39.
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  2. Looks like 2 generations of oversharpening halos. The first generation creates bright edges around dark lines. The second generation exacerbates those bright edges and creates dark edges around them. You won't like the fix and it won't be perfect. Try Blur() with a small values like 0.2 twice in row. Maybe try masking it to only areas near black lines, but not on the black lines.
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  3. 2 generations eh? I wonder how they accomplished that.
    Last edited by killerteengohan; 29th May 2018 at 02:39.
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  4. Thanks for the bit of input you had. I will try out the blurring or maybe increase dehalo alpha since it blurs as it gets set higher.
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  5. Originally Posted by killerteengohan View Post
    2 generations eh? I wonder how they accomplished that.
    They probably ran an edge sharpener and a sharpening resize.

    Originally Posted by killerteengohan View Post
    Thanks for the bit of input you had. I will try out the blurring or maybe increase dehalo alpha since it blurs as it gets set higher.
    Maybe something like:

    Code:
    ImageSource("UWu9jbb.png") 
    ConvertToYV12()
    src=last
    
    bl = Blur(0.5).Blur(0.5).ColorYUV(gain_y=5)
    
    inner = mt_binarize(120).mt_inpand(chroma="-128")
    outer = mt_binarize(120).Invert().mt_expand().mt_expand(chroma="-128")
    mask = Overlay(inner, outer, mode="multiply").Blur(1.0)
    
    Overlay(last, bl, mask=mask)
    
    Interleave(src, last, mask)
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