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Old 2008-02-19, 08:32   Link #21
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I think the idea isn't bad, though probably too much work and effort.

If anyone is interested, i found a package long time ago that is very similar to what this thread is about:

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I haven't actually used this package so i don't know if it's any good, but the guide for filtering helped a noob like me
That package is pretty outdated, as would be any attempt on doing one unless you have people with time willing to update it... Which brings it down to Nicholi's point;
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As to the package itself, there are so many small apps you could add to this list that it would be insane to host. Besides the abundance of AviSynth filters. I wouldn't bother.
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Old 2008-02-20, 01:29   Link #22
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I like the idea of a CCET...a few more tools to consider:
dgindex/dgdecode (mpeg stream indexer/handler for Avisynth)
mpeg2repair (.ts repair)
xport (.ts demuxing)
delaycut (ac3 file repair)
ac3 cutter (ac3 file bitrate header fixing)
subtitle tools: ccextractor, scctools
mkv tools: MKVToolnix/mkvmerge, mkvmux

Avisynth filter: undot()

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Originally Posted by Baka-dono View Post
I think the idea isn't bad, though probably too much work and effort.

If anyone is interested, i found a package long time ago that is very similar to what this thread is about:

Click

I haven't actually used this package so i don't know if it's any good, but the guide for filtering helped a noob like me
There is a somewhat newer beta version, with an updated filtering guide, that is marked as Jan 2007 (old version is listed as Feb 2005) :
http://www.animemusicvideos.org/guid...ta/amvapp.html

Their community has a thread discussing the beta here:
http://www.animemusicvideos.org/phpB...ic.php?t=76681
latest updates:
http://www.animemusicvideos.org/phpB...=asc&start=165
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Old 2008-02-20, 04:17   Link #23
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Superceded by removegrain(1), which apparently avoids artifacting in some situations.
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Old 2008-03-01, 21:45   Link #24
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Superceded by removegrain(1), which apparently avoids artifacting in some situations.
I thought using removegrain(mode=1) also avoided some bug with undot but I could be wrong.
It's also faster but watch out on fades since it can screw with those.

Honestly, if you're using any other denoiser (dfttest, fft3d) removegrain(mode=1) or undot is pretty much pointless. The other two will most likely get whatever undot was going to get.

And I believe a "toolkit" wouldn't be that useful. A website, probably. (with proper yatta documentation, I don't care what anyone says, it needs this with proper background information regarding the whole process as well.)

Encoders tools vary, some people are vfw happy, others are cli happy (I am one of the latter, although I'm lazy and use megui as a gui for them (x264/xvid_encraw)).
So some toolkit would be useless since (I'm guessing here) that most encoders already have some backup medium to just copy over when they format.
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Old 2008-04-29, 15:14   Link #25
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what's a good encoding program to use? I've been trying to look for a good encoding program for hardsub and softsub....can anyone tell me a good encoding program?
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Old 2008-04-29, 18:09   Link #26
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what's a good encoding program to use? I've been trying to look for a good encoding program for hardsub and softsub....can anyone tell me a good encoding program?
For codecs that work decently in AVI (i.e. not H.264): VirtualDub. For anything else, probably MeGUI, although I prefer to use the tools directly.
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Old 2008-04-30, 16:59   Link #27
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I have a problem using VirtualDub. When I save it as AVI the file goes crazy and goes over 20 GB. I don't know what to do since its my first time using it. I tried watching this video from youtube, but its just confusing...and is this off topic?..I'm sorry if it is...
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Old 2008-04-30, 17:02   Link #28
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I have a problem using VirtualDub. When I save it as AVI the file goes crazy and goes over 20 GB. I don't know what to do since its my first time using it. I tried watching this video from youtube, but its just confusing...and is this off topic?..I'm sorry if it is...
video menu -> compression -> pick the encoder of your choice and configure it; you're outputting a completely uncompressed RGB or YV12 AVI which is pretty huge.
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Old 2008-04-30, 18:04   Link #29
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video menu -> compression -> pick the encoder of your choice and configure it; you're outputting a completely uncompressed RGB or YV12 AVI which is pretty huge.
Also, if you're not using any vdub filtering or what not (which, I imagine in this day and age you would not be), use fast recompress as well and save the step of converting it to RGB and take it right from the source instead.
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Old 2008-11-02, 13:49   Link #30
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I got this error when I try to open megui: "megui.exe - application error: The application failed to initialize properly (0xc0000135). Click on OK to terimate the application." and I download from http://sourceforge.net/projects/megui megui-stable - 0.3.0.3004 that is the one I got an error from.
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Old 2008-11-02, 14:52   Link #31
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Install any version of MS's .net framework.
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Old 2008-11-02, 18:41   Link #32
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The only things a good encoder needs are patience, Doom9, and DarkHold.
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Old 2008-11-03, 00:55   Link #33
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The only things a good encoder needs are patience, Doom9, and DarkHold.
Vim, mencoder/x264, and DarkHold. Shell scripting is win too.

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Old 2008-11-03, 22:17   Link #34
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Install any version of MS's .net framework.
actually, any >2.0

1.1 and >=2.0 are available as different packs. and up to 3.5 only has compatibility up to 2.0
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Old 2008-11-16, 15:16   Link #35
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Is there a difference between a x264 encode and a h264 encode?
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Old 2008-11-16, 15:19   Link #36
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x264 is the encoding application/library. H264 is the format.
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