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  1. I'm working on Jayce and the Wheeled Warriors. The source is very nasty and there is a lot of jagged lines throughout. I am using Staxrip. The source is 29.97 NTSC when ran through DGIndex. I've tried yadifmod2(order=1,mode=1), yadifmod2(order=1,mode=1,edeint=nnedi3(field=3)), IVTC, and QTGMC on medium settings and interlaced. None of these help with the issue. Can you take a look at the source and tell me if I'm wasting my time or not? I have been getting the best results using yadif, when I use QTGMC it makes black lines look really bad as where yadif leaves them alone.

    https://mega.nz/#!BZE0lIBK!bLCW8BtC6gKO0LuCG3NpVw0FnwsrHmrp6G7DWH9nnAU

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    try:
    tfm().tdecimate()
    QTGMC( Preset="Slower", InputType=1 )

    http://avisynth.nl/index.php/QTGMC#Progressive_Input
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  3. The source is progressive so you don't need to field match. And the aliasing is so bad I decided to use InputType=2. But even InputType=2 doesn't fix the blue stuff at the beginning.

    TDecimate(Mode=1)
    QTGMC(Preset="Slower",InputType=2)
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  4. I start with something like this:

    Code:
    Mpeg2Source("Jayce.d2v", CPU2="ooooxx", Info=3) 
    AssumeTFF()
    SeparateFields()
    nnedi3(dh=true)
    Merge(SelectEven(), SelectOdd())
    QTGMC(InputType=2)
    TDecimate()
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  5. Were the jagged lines in the source video as well?
    If not, use a better capture device.
    If so, good luck - no idea.
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  6. BTW, telecined video was poorly deinterlaced leading to all the jaggy edges and duplicate frame every 5th frame. Then the crappy progressive frames were encoded interlaced for DVD.
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  7. Originally Posted by jagabo View Post
    I start with something like this:

    Code:
    Mpeg2Source("Jayce.d2v", CPU2="ooooxx", Info=3) 
    AssumeTFF()
    SeparateFields()
    nnedi3(dh=true)
    Merge(SelectEven(), SelectOdd())
    QTGMC(InputType=2)
    TDecimate()
    I just tried this and the video came out much better than the options I tried. I'm currently running manono's method to see how it comes out. I will use davexnet's method after that. babygdav, yes, the source is awful. It's from DVD and not a TV capture. Mill Creek isn't known for quality. Thanks everyone for their input. I'll report later on how things turn out.
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  8. Good morning all, I'm wanna try tackling the aliasing with Santiag, and I need GScript for that. When I load the script it tells me I can't load a 32bit into my 64 avisynth. I've been searching for a 64bit dll for GScript and I can't find it. Is there something I can do to make the 32bit work or do I need a 64bit one? If you have a link for the 64bit download will you post it please. Thanks.
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  9. The version of Santiag() I have doesn't require GScript().

    http://avisynth.nl/index.php/Santiag
    http://forum.doom9.org/showthread.php?p=1393006#post1393006

    I haven't seen a 64 bit version of GScript().
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  10. I have v1.6 too. It must have been a syntax issue, but I just loaded my script and I didn't get the GScript dll error.
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  11. Can someone explain to me why the FPS output changes on 2 different video files (episodes) from the same DVD. I'm using this
    TFM(mChroma=true,clip2 = A2)
    TDecimate(cycleR=1,cycle=5) <------ testing from another thread I was reading

    One outputs 23.97 and the other wants to output 19.18 fps. I'm assuming it's cycleR=1 causing the difference, but why is it only doing it to one of the videos?

    DGIndex says they are both progressive 29.97 with Honor Pulldown flags selected and with Force Film selected it shows 23.97 and I don't see any combing.
    I use Staxrip to create my .d2v file and I add in whatever else for my script.
    AS I'm typing this I'm trying to go back and think of my process and I just thought of something. I'm using DVDDecrypter in IFO Mode to split the episodes, I think each VOB has 2 episodes and I'm splitting them into individual episodes. Maybe that is causing the problem? What do you think?

    Edit: This one outputs 23.97
    [Field Operation None, using flags]
    [GOP: closed]
    [Clip is TFF]
    0 [I]: 0,0,1....................3
    1 [B]: 1,2......................0 *
    2 [B]: 2,3,3....................1 *
    3 [P]: 4,4......................2 *
    4 [B]: 5,5,6....................3 *
    5 [B]: 6,7......................0 *
    6 [P]: 7,8,8....................1 *
    7 [B]: 9,9......................2 *
    8 [B]: 10,10,11.................3 *
    9 [P]: 11,12....................0 *

    This one outputs 19.18

    [Forced Film, ignoring flags]
    [GOP: closed]
    [Clip is TFF]
    0 [B]: 0,0......................3
    1 [B]: 1,1......................0 *
    2 [I]: 2,2......................1 *
    3 [B]: 3,3......................2 *
    4 [B]: 4,4......................3 *
    5 [P]: 5,5......................0 *
    6 [B]: 6,6......................1 *
    7 [B]: 7,7......................2 *
    8 [P]: 8,8......................3 *
    9 [B]: 9,9......................0 *
    10 [B]: 10,10...................1 *
    11 [P]: 11,11...................2 *
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  12. What source filter are you using? It may be that one of the videos uses hard pulldown and the other soft pulldown. Or, if you used DgIndex and Mpeg2Source() you used honor pulldown flags on one, and force film on the other.
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  13. Originally Posted by jagabo View Post
    What source filter are you using? It may be that one of the videos uses hard pulldown and the other soft pulldown. Or, if you used DgIndex and Mpeg2Source() you used honor pulldown flags on one, and force film on the other.
    I loaded both of the d2v files in DGIndex and you are correct. One is Honor and the other is Forced. Staxrip must have done this on it's own. I will manually create my own d2v file.
    Thanks again for being there for us jagabo
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  14. If anyone has time. I've been experimenting with TNLMeans(Ax=4, Ay=4, Az=0, h=4.0) and #KNLMeansCL(d=2, a=4, s=4, h=0.4, channels="Y", stacked=false, device_type="GPU")
    and TNLMeans does a better job. Is there another Denoiser out there that does as good as a job as TNLMeans that is faster? I'm getting 2.95fps with TNL and 12fps with KNL.
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  15. Try

    Code:
    Mpeg2Source("Jayce.d2v", CPU2="ooooxx", Info=3) 
    AssumeTFF()
    TDecimate()
    nnedi3(field=-2)
    Merge(SelectEven(), SelectOdd())
    QTGMC(InputType=2)
    dehalo_alpha(rx=3.0, ry=1.0)
    hqdn3d()
    FastLineDarkenMod()
    aWarpSharp(depth=5)
    That gives you some more stuff to play with.
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