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What filters I do need to get this results?


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dan.fgtn

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I would like to know what avisynth filters were used for this result, I have been trying avisynth for a year already reproducing these results.

 

 

http://imgur.com/a/SYfQh

 

Edit: Guys, I know a great majority do not like this encode, but I do not want to do the same, I want to get the results and try to adjust the problems that most complains about their encodings.



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Look at the avisynth external filters page on the avisynth wiki and find: a denoise filter, a contrast filter, a brightness filter, a saturation filter, a blur filter, an antialias filter, a dehalo filter, and some warpsharpening filters.

 

Then just set them all on high settings, give yourself a high CRF since the lack of detail means compression will be high; and you've got yourself a certified crappy CherryBoyz encode.



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Look at the avisynth external filters page on the avisynth wiki and find: a denoise filter, a contrast filter, a brightness filter, a saturation filter, a blur filter, an antialias filter, a dehalo filter, and some warpsharpening filters.

 

Then just set them all on high settings, give yourself a high CRF since the lack of detail means compression will be high; and you've got yourself a certified crappy CherryBoyz encode.

 

 

 

Thank you for responding politely, as I know most of you do not like this kind of encode, so I was already imagining being offended in this post.



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well there is definitely a lot of sharpening and color changing filters but i can not tell anymore as those are compressed jpg images and not lossless png.

 

look here for information pertaining to filter groups: http://www.aquilines...ters/index.html




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