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  1. This Blu-Ray I am encoding seems to have an annoying glow in the chroma/colors in some parts of it. I mostly only see this in reds, or pinks, everything else for the most part looks fine. It's right up against lines and looks like a white glow kind of.

    A dehalo filter does not seem to be doing much for me.

    https://i.imgur.com/fv6IAyA.png
    https://i.imgur.com/nZR3g8Z.png
    https://i.imgur.com/itPGM8X.png

    This does appear on my DVD as well, so maybe its an unfixable source issue? Is this something I can fix without blurring the crap out of the chroma?
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  2. This helps a little.
    Code:
    U = UtoY().dehalo_alpha(rx=2, ry=2).aWarpSharp2(depth=10).Sharpen(0.3)
    V = VtoY().dehalo_alpha(rx=2, ry=2).aWarpSharp2(depth=10).Sharpen(0.3)
    YtoUV(U, V, last)
    Maybe use some chroma/edge masking to limit it to edges.
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  3. While not perfect, it's certainly a much better starting point than I was able to come up with. I'll just have to tinker with it.

    Thanks!
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  4. Does this mean I can use any filters I want, and it will only affect chroma?

    U = UtoY()
    V = VtoY()
    YtoUV(U, V, last)
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  5. Originally Posted by killerteengohan View Post
    Does this mean I can use any filters I want, and it will only affect chroma?

    U = UtoY()
    V = VtoY()
    YtoUV(U, V, last)
    On U and V, yes. Another way is to use MergeChroma():
    Code:
    source = WhateverSource()
    filtered = source.SomeFilters()
    MergeChroma(source, filtered)
    The luma channel of "filtered" may be effected by SomeFilters() but MergeChroma() replaces it with luma from "source".
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