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Forum: Fansub Groups 2014-03-03, 14:46
Replies: 13
Views: 2,644
Posted By Desbreko
I'm not debating your taste. Liking sharpening vs...

I'm not debating your taste. Liking sharpening vs not liking sharpening is a matter of taste, but sharpening causing damage to the video by introducing artifacts is a fact. The sharpened version is...
Forum: Fansub Groups 2014-03-02, 14:19
Replies: 13
Views: 2,644
Posted By Desbreko
If you insist on using destructive filtering, at...

If you insist on using destructive filtering, at least don't release the resulting encode publicly. The world will be a better place without it.
Forum: Fansub Groups 2014-03-01, 11:47
Replies: 13
Views: 2,644
Posted By Desbreko
Don't sharpen encodes. If you want to sharpen, do...

Don't sharpen encodes. If you want to sharpen, do it on playback through ffdshow raw video filter or something, so that you don't degrade the video for others just because of personal preference.
Forum: Fansub Groups 2013-11-24, 23:44
Replies: 40
Views: 15,155
Posted By Desbreko
There are already anime and other cartoons being...

There are already anime and other cartoons being animated with Flash. It doesn't matter because it still has to be encoded as an MPEG2/H.264/whatever video for distribution.
Forum: Fansub Groups 2013-11-22, 05:00
Replies: 40
Views: 15,155
Posted By Desbreko
Well, the issue was download sizes, so I was...

Well, the issue was download sizes, so I was referring to sizes of reencoded broadcasts. Say, if a native 1080p anime were upscaled and broadcast at 4K, encoding that broadcast at its full resolution...
Forum: Fansub Groups 2013-11-21, 19:30
Replies: 40
Views: 15,155
Posted By Desbreko
I think you underestimate the amount of bits it...

I think you underestimate the amount of bits it takes to encode highly detailed backgrounds, especially in shows with lots of camera movement. It's certainly more than 5%.

Even disregarding extra...
Forum: Fansub Groups 2013-11-20, 21:07
Replies: 40
Views: 15,155
Posted By Desbreko
Um... what? Backgrounds being produced in native...

Um... what? Backgrounds being produced in native 4K is somehow not going to be large increase in information?
Forum: Fansub Groups 2012-10-05, 18:57
Replies: 1,029
Views: 153,432
Posted By Desbreko
Supersampled filtering (i.e. filtering at an...

Supersampled filtering (i.e. filtering at an upscaled resolution) is really useful, yeah, but you don't need to keep the final output clip at the supersampled resolution. A number of common filters...
Forum: Fansub Groups 2012-10-03, 15:47
Replies: 1,029
Views: 153,432
Posted By Desbreko
About the only point of upscaling 720x480 is to...

About the only point of upscaling 720x480 is to avoid dealing with anamorphic video. You can use nnedi3_rpow2 if you upscale upon encoding instead of playback, but even that will only be marginally...
Forum: Fansub Groups 2012-06-16, 18:44
Replies: 37
Views: 7,829
Posted By Desbreko
Some stations use watermarks that only show up...

Some stations use watermarks that only show up for a bit (AT-X, WOWOW, possibly others), and rarely you'll find a show that didn't air with any watermark even when the station usually has one, but...
Forum: Fansub Groups 2012-06-02, 18:52
Replies: 82
Views: 10,825
Posted By Desbreko
Go to the Attachments tab in mkvmerge GUI and...

Go to the Attachments tab in mkvmerge GUI and drop the font files onto the window or use the add button. The top box shows files already attached in the input files; the bottom box shows new...
Forum: Fansub Groups 2012-06-01, 07:10
Replies: 82
Views: 10,825
Posted By Desbreko
VLC still isn't recommended, but the latest...

VLC still isn't recommended, but the latest version should be able to display soft-subs okay.

I use MPC-HC included in the CCCP with LAV decoding H.264 instead of ffdshow and xy-vsfilter replacing...
Forum: Fansub Groups 2012-06-01, 02:13
Replies: 82
Views: 10,825
Posted By Desbreko
Try moving the video track to the top. On a...

Try moving the video track to the top. On a couple occasions, I've had subs not display when the video wasn't the first track.
Forum: Fansub Groups 2012-05-19, 21:23
Replies: 537
Views: 205,604
Posted By Desbreko
200 kilobytes/s? That should be plenty fast...

200 kilobytes/s? That should be plenty fast enough, because my connection is a lot slower and PD is still useable, though generally slow.

It may just be that the file you want isn't very...
Forum: Fansub Groups 2012-05-19, 00:31
Replies: 537
Views: 205,604
Posted By Desbreko
PD is kind of crappy in how much it biases...

PD is kind of crappy in how much it biases towards faster connections that way. It will happily download and upload tons of unity files, but it won't let you download what you actually want if your...
Forum: Fansub Groups 2012-04-06, 20:09
Replies: 542
Views: 120,632
Posted By Desbreko
For HD stuff, I generally make a low bitrate work...

For HD stuff, I generally make a low bitrate work raw to use in Aegisub when I need to seek a lot, like when fixing scene timing errors. --tune fastdecode and lowering --keyint are handy for this.
...
Forum: Fansub Groups 2012-01-30, 23:52
Replies: 1,029
Views: 153,432
Posted By Desbreko
What DS said, pretty much. You can use lower...

What DS said, pretty much. You can use lower psy-rd/psy-trellis for non-grainy anime with 10-bit since they aren't needed for retaining dithering as much. This is nice because it doesn't cause as...
Forum: Fansub Groups 2012-01-02, 04:03
Replies: 16
Views: 6,758
Posted By Desbreko
Well, make sure you don't have any syntax errors...

Well, make sure you don't have any syntax errors in your script. This works fine for me:

ffvideosource("video.mp4", timecodes="timecodes.txt")
Forum: Fansub Groups 2012-01-02, 01:34
Replies: 16
Views: 6,758
Posted By Desbreko
Yes, you can extract the timecodes with ffms2 the...

Yes, you can extract the timecodes with ffms2 the same way as you would for an MKV.
Forum: Playback Help 2011-12-03, 22:16
Replies: 7
Views: 1,327
Posted By Desbreko
Those bright borders are from edge enhancement...

Those bright borders are from edge enhancement filtering, namely sharpening, done by the DVD authoring studio. (Unless something in your playback setup is doing edge enhancement.) You can see the...
Forum: Fansub Groups 2011-11-23, 14:09
Replies: 408
Views: 101,587
Posted By Desbreko
You look at the source and see if there are...

You look at the source and see if there are sections that aren't telecined and don't have dupe frames. That is, look for fully progressive sections (no 3:2 combing pattern) with motion on every...
Forum: Fansub Groups 2011-08-25, 22:35
Replies: 1,029
Views: 153,432
Posted By Desbreko
The only difference between these two is that the...

The only difference between these two is that the first one will use --deblock 1:1 from --tune animation instead of the default of 0:0. It will be a pretty small difference unless you're encoding a...
Forum: Fansub Groups 2011-08-24, 21:46
Replies: 1,029
Views: 153,432
Posted By Desbreko
I would go with the second one, and if you want...

I would go with the second one, and if you want to keep the other compression benefit from --tune animation (+2 b-frames), just set --b-frames 5 or above. Each extra b-frame will slow the encoding...
Forum: Fansub Groups 2011-08-24, 08:43
Replies: 1,029
Views: 153,432
Posted By Desbreko
I wouldn't recommend using --tune animation for...

I wouldn't recommend using --tune animation for anime sources unless you override its aq-strength and psy-rd settings. It sets those two really low, which will cause much more banding and blocking in...
Forum: Fansub Groups 2011-04-05, 16:06
Replies: 1,029
Views: 153,432
Posted By Desbreko
Wut? When using 16 refs on a 720x480 encode, x264...

Wut? When using 16 refs on a 720x480 encode, x264 sets it as level 4.0. How are people managing level 5.1 with DVD rips, assuming they aren't upscaling?

Re: mbtree, it seems like people disable it...
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