Does that make anyone of you? Ging ja been synonymous with HDV.
Antwort von B.DeKid:
AviSynth is your friend ;-)
MfG B. DeKid
Antwort von koji:
aha ... then I have to get me really views the Neoscene. looks really useful. thanks
Antwort von pardalis:
interpolated with a program of 4-2-0 to 4-2-2? I think that there shifts in the colors when it z.Bsp. 4-2-2 s.einem transmitter is delivered and is "fraud"? Where does the non-existent depth?
.... I am now confused, or perhaps throw something?
Many greetings pardalis
Antwort von Bruno Peter:
With Canopus HQ AVI which also goes ...
Antwort von tommyb:
Well ... it may be less fraud, false pretense more facts - if you submit such material as 4:2:2 at the sender.
A discussion interpolated to 4:2:2, it was here in the forum views and in principle, it makes little sense from 4:2:2 to 4:2:0 interpolation because this quality does not increase.
Only when one has an extreme color correction workflow before him, may be worth it. Otherwise, it brings absolutely nothing except more memory consumption.
If it is purely about the sometimes existing, ugly blocks for 4:2:0 material is eliminated (in bright colors such as red), then you do not need Neoscene but can in fact run with Avisynth. It costs nothing and provides useful Results (in conjunction with the reinterpolate420 plugin):
What is happening in the rest not magic, it is applied just a blur to the color channel, thereby smearing these otherwise hard edges. This can be synonymous in some editing programs do (eg Sony Vegas).
Antwort von soan:
Sometimes the transformation is just synonymous needed for the workflow - I walk all the clips in BlackmagicAvi to get my capture card with the stuff can start something. 4:2:0 as falls flat.
Overall, we should at least play with open cards - foist on Channel ne transformed form "" sure is not good long time. A "private" it is a damn, the main thing it looks good.
Antwort von JonasB:
Convert to 4:2:2 makes sense if you want afterwards denoise, it could "create more" depth. Or?