But where is the awarpsharp thread as there’s a few of them? OBS Studio screen recording and streaming guid All times are GMT A’s Video Converter 7. Similar Threads Denoise before Upscale or After? NNEDI3 has a “predictor neural network” that consists of neurons. MadVR playback problem nnedi3 Started by dimitrik , Feb 11
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I do agree that this might also relate to drivers, but it doesn’t happen in other players, so nnedi3 clearly a problem with ET. Thanks I’ve downloaded the new ones now.
I didn’t want to get into a discussion on frame rate conversions. Should I just do the following nendi3 do that? Posted 10 March – If you watch a mix of p and p videos, these settings should work for both.
So basically I need to convert my 4: Sorry if we keep repeating ourselves but I’m getting a bit confused here. What I was saying about upscaling via doubling the resolution then nedi3 was that the damage will already have been done by doubling the resolution so surely downscaling after that won’t help? Keeping in nneddi3 that it needs to end up in the exact same format as my source clip.
Do you use the modded version of McTemporalDenoise?
The only way to really find out is to experiment. Also I will be re-encoding the main video combined with the missing bit with Avisynth and in my encoder you need to select if you want the whole video to be interlaced or progressive.
MadVR playback problem (nnedi3)
I was able to double the Chroma at all times if needed and I set it to neurons. Last edited by VideoFanatic; 21st Feb at Please log in to reply. Originally Posted by jagabo. Luke 13 Feb I have an Xvid video that is x Navigation menu Personal tools Log in. I’ve forgotten my password. Would I not be better off using Lanczos4Resize to upscale to the correct dimensions in the first place otherwise I’d get more artifacts by doubling the resolution then downscaling?
This is a quality vs speed option; however, differences are usually small between the amount of neurons for a specific resize factor, however the performance difference between the count of neurons becomes larger as you quadruple the image size. Contact Us VideoHelp Top.