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File: e90469bf209b46f⋯.png (191.34 KB, 1243x768, 1243:768, 54454566546542264246426426.png)

 No.769650

I thought mpc + madvr was good, but this shit is fucking insane. So which plugin filter should I use to get 9000p HD quality on my mpv /tech/.

https://vpy.me/

 No.769666

Vapoursynth is mostly used for repairing then encoding, not realtime enhancing. QTGMC, derainbowing and all.

But I still use awarpsharp2 for anime BDs with too thick lines.


 No.769667

>>769666

checked


 No.769673

Spoon feed me why I should care.


 No.769675

What is madvr, awarpsharp2, and vapoursynth? Also archive link since op is faggot. https://archive.fo/fK0KD


 No.769680

File: fa274741c86ce5f⋯.jpg (25.47 KB, 514x527, 514:527, 2813a5195e9a15160ac8407bd8….jpg)

>>769673

This is just what Avisynth became. It's a simple scripting language for editing video that also acts as a frame server. So you can feed the output directly into any other application that you want. It isn't intended for real-time applications.

>been encoding anime since the times of Real Media and DivX 3.11 ;-)

>retard OP just discovered Avisynth for the first time

>mfw


 No.769683

>>769680

Post yfw wincucks are still using Avisynth.


 No.769693

File: e1da2532dd7eb93⋯.jpg (51.57 KB, 600x625, 24:25, 36695ebb045008e78be1a715a5….jpg)

>>769683

Last I checked Windows XP/7 still provided the best use of codecs and plug-ins while staying out of my way most of the time. I'm hopeful the GNU side of things will catch up, Vapoursynth has improved a lot since I last looked at it. Once it's good enough, might already be, then I'll be able to ditch Windows on machines where I can't do GPU passthrough. I've been wanting to build another computer for video stuff and run GNU/Linux on it (probably Gentoo) for awhile now but it wasn't good enough to replace my work flow under Windows that last time I tried to do it around 3 years ago. I should have held out longer because now I'm stuck with a botnet CPU that won't even do VT-d because it has an unlocked multiplier.

I really want a dual-CPU with at least 16 cores on each socket and as many GPUs as I can fit in there. Probably one GPU with good driver support in linux, another for Windows VMs, and whatever else I can fit in just for raw grunt work. There is always a catch every time I attempt to build a system like that and right now it's bot net hardware combined with the insane prices on everything including RAM. Shit shouldn't cost this much given how little improvement there has been in the last decade.

I'm off topic now, I guess my point is I don't consider most of them wincucks. There is just no point in upgrading to anything new anymore. It's easier to keep a working set-up going than it is to ride the bleeding edge when it comes to encoding video. With no incentive to upgrade hardware people have gotten content with their stuff, including the software, because no one wants to re-do all the work it takes to hunt down a bunch of pre-made filters or change config files. There is almost zero effort put into encoding video now a days anyway. Modern fansub groups are trash and most of the so-called scene is too.


 No.769758

>>769693

>Last I checked Windows XP/7 still provided the best use of codecs

You retarded son? ffmpeg and lav are the same thing; what format do you lack decoding for?

> and plug-ins

Wine is here for legacy Avisynth scripts.

>Once it's good enough

But it's already better than Avisynth. Especially the multithreading.

>There is almost zero effort put into encoding video now a days anyway

Do it UUUU. Old anime ISOs need love.

Seriously, you don't know what you're missing:

- The comfyness of a package manager (https://github.com/4re/vapoursynth-portage)

- Sane shells


 No.769796

Until AnimeIVTC is available for Vapoursyth I shall continue to stick with Avisynth.


 No.769799

>>769796

TIVTC works most of the time.


 No.769846

>>769758

>Seriously, you don't know what you're missing

Actually, I do. Hence the wall of text I just posted about it.

>>769796

Like I said, not ready.


 No.769851

>>769846

My posts sound a bit stand offish, I don't intend for them to come off that way I'm just strapped for time now a days. I'm just stating that I don't see the need to change something that is stable and producing fine results at acceptable speeds with something else at this time. A few more years and I'll make the jump, until then I prefer not to have to use WINE to do things I can wait to get native ports of.

>>769758

>Do it UUUU. Old anime ISOs need love.

What series haven't gotten proper treatment that you know of? I'd love to get back into fansubbing full time again and would do everything but the actual translation. My Japanese isn't good enough for that and I gave up on finding a decent one a long time ago. I used to be able to collaborate with plenty of them through IRC to sub rare stuff but now it's all SJWs and assorted retards doing "creative" translations. No matter who I used the last two times I tried they all wanted to pozz up the script with their own forms of faggotry. I require a good translation, I'm not one to half ass something, rip subtitles from Cruncyroll (which are just done by the same types of people) and I'm not going to work with people more concerned about politics than they are preserving the original intent of the team that produced the show.


 No.769862

>>769851

>SJWs and assorted retards doing "creative" translations. No matter who I used the last two times I tried they all wanted to pozz up the script with their own forms of faggotry.

what the fuck? how, exactly? Im pretty sure you have to be 'creative' and remove and add meaning here and there when translating japanese, but you make it sound like they try to change the actual writing to make it more tumblr-friendly


 No.769873

>>769851

No, I mean, download raw stuff and filter yourself. They need YOUR love.

And about Vapoursynth, what you really miss is a lot better performances, since multithreading is well done (or done at all).


 No.769875

>>769693

>Modern fansub groups are trash and most of the so-called scene is too.

In your opinion which are the groups that stand up above average? If there are any, that is...


 No.769896

>>769680

what is avisynth?


 No.769911

>>769862

>you make it sound like they try to change the actual writing to make it more tumblr-friendly

yes, literally this. it's called 'culturalization', which is localizing but also totally changing the meaning of the whole fucking thing.

like when digimon had an episode with giant bombs that was localized into giant exploding oranges, only somehow worse




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