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  1. Hello,

    I'm trying to recover an old dvd to a group of friends, but I'm having problems with some "artifacts" (not sure) that appear in the mouth and eyes of some characters.
    I managed to minimize using QTGMC, tried some variations with AnimeIVTC, but did not give different results.

    My current script (without the restore filters):

    Video Sample: DROPBOX

    Code:
    QTGMC(preset="Slow")
    SelectEven() #maybe (pulldown)
    #
    nnedi3_resize16(target_width = 720, target_height = 540, src_left = 9.5, src_top = 1.5, src_width = -4.0, src_height = 0.0, taps = 128,  nsize = 4,  nns = 4, pscrn = 4, dither = 8, kernel_d = "Spline36", kernel_u = "Spline36", lsb_in = false, lsb = false, tv_range = true, mixed=false)
    #
    I'm not very experienced and I'm using the above form of resize and crop, I do not know if that's right.

    I was wondering if there is a way to remove this?

    thank's for your time.
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  2. Why not just IVTC the thing?

    And there's no reason to resize it. You can keep it at 720x480 and apply a SAR when encoding to have it play at the right aspect ratio.
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  3. Originally Posted by manono View Post
    Why not just IVTC the thing?

    And there's no reason to resize it. You can keep it at 720x480 and apply a SAR when encoding to have it play at the right aspect ratio.
    The neat IVTC I've never found how to use.
    I tried it, AnimeIVTC and TIVTC, but everyone left that residue.
    The least that leaves is the QTGMC and IT.

    I'll see how SAR gets.

    Thank you for reply.
    Last edited by Kuronoe; 8th Jul 2018 at 14:46.
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