[version] = Version of the current script
[filter] = The name of the filter (this can be modified to keep the version number you have just run)
[process_help] = The help screen to be displayed when the script is run
[help] = List of all the available options for the script
[names] = The script’s own name
[description] = A description of what the script does
[source_file] = The source code file the script was found in
[script] = The name of the actual.vbs script used to run the filter
[source_url] = The URL to get the actual source file from
[bundle] = Location of the script within the VirtualDub Scripts directory (used by UI)
* help = Help
* settings = Process Settings
* video = Video Settings
* motion = Video Motion
* settings = Process Settings
This is a filter called the Temporal Cleaner that will take any frame and smooth its pixels so that they are moved smoothly between frames. It will actually make little cuts at places that appear to be motion between frames.
This script requires a copy of VirtualDub to be installed.
This is a video sequence that is made up of very rough video noise that has a huge frame to frame disparity. With this filter it is possible to smooth out the frame to frame jumps in the video and make the image cleaner. You should adjust the settings to your own tastes.
START Start Timing
SCENE1 Set the scene detection threshold for scene blending
SCENE2 Set the scene detection threshold for scene blending
SCENE3 Set the scene detection threshold for scene blending
START2 Start Timing
BLEND2 Set the blending threshold
BLEND3 Set the blending threshold
BLEND4 Set the blending threshold
BLEND5 Set the blending threshold
LUM2 Set the luminance blending threshold
LUM3 Set the luminance blending threshold
LUM4 Set the luminance blending threshold
LUM5 Set the luminance blending threshold
LUM6 Set the luminance blending threshold
LUM7 Set the luminance blending threshold
LUM8 Set the luminance blending threshold
LUM9 Set the luminance blending threshold
LUM10 Set the luminance blending threshold
LUM11 Set the luminance blending threshold
LUM12 Set the luminance blending threshold
LUM13 Set the luminance blending threshold
LUM14 Set the luminance blending threshold
LUM15 Set the luminance blending threshold
LUM16 Set the luminance blending threshold
LUM17 Set the luminance blending threshold
LUM18 Set the luminance blending threshold
LUM19 Set the luminance blending threshold
LUM20 Set the luminance blending threshold
LUM21 Set the luminance blending threshold
LUM22 Set the luminance blending threshold
LUM23 Set the luminance blending threshold
LUM24 Set the luminance blending threshold
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The settings are as follows:
Scene detection threshold = Set to 50% in RGB mode, or 25% in YUV mode.
Luminance blending threshold = Set to 50% in RGB mode, or 25% in YUV mode.
Luminance pixellocking value = Set to 0 (RGB mode), or 0.01% (YUV mode).
Chrominance blending threshold = Set to 50% in RGB mode, or 25% in YUV mode.
Chrominance pixellocking value = Set to 0 (RGB mode), or 0.01% (YUV mode).
“Show motion” option = Set to off.
“Luminance locking” option = Set to on. (Only works in YUV mode)
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VirtualDub is a free video editing software which can create and edit video files. It can process AVI, MOV, MP4, MKV, MPG, MPEG, WMV, ASF, FLV, SWF, VOB, 3GP, and MPG video files.
VirtualDub supports plugins that allow extensions of functionality. There is also an extensive collection of additional plugins available for download. VirtualDub comes with several plugins.
*This software is released under the GNU General Public License. For more information, see VirtualDub’s website
*This application is freeware, it is distributed for free download from
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What’s New in the?
This version has a new setting that allows setting of a scene detection threshold value. The scene detection threshold defines the percent of pixels in a frame that exceeds the threshold in order for the filter to assume a new scene has begun. When a new scene is detected, all locked pixels are ignored and the filter passes the new frame untouched. This was necessitated since “pixel lock” would often keep some pixels from previous scenes even after scene changes.
This was designed to help reduce ghosting or other effects when the sources don’t offer good scene changes. It may not reduce ghosting completely but it does reduce it by cutting down on effects from sources that have noisy scenes.
The YUV mode option decides whether or not to process the thresholding in YUV or RGB mode. RGB mode is the native mode of VirtualDub and is thus quicker since there is no need to convert the pixels. In YUV mode you can threshold the luminance and chrominance values seperatly. In RGB mode only the luminance thresholds are used to compare against the Red, Green and Blue color channels. (in fact, the filter will simply duplicate the luminance values into the chrominance values once you hit OK in RGB mode) The RGB->YUV colorspace conversions will not effect image quality in any way unless the luminance locking option is enabled.
The blending thresholds can be anywhere from 0 to 255, and defines the maximum difference between a pixel in the current frame and the pixel in the previous frame in which the program will blend the two together. Higher thresholds blend more motion together, but will also blend more video noise away.
The “pixel lock” threshold values defines the maximum difference between pixels between frames where the pixel from the previous frame can replace the pixel in the current frame. It is recommended that the “pixel lock” thresholds be set to a value less than the main threshold values.
The “show motion” option, inspired by the equivalent function in Donald Graft’s Smart Deinterlacer, will turn any pixel in the current frame that exceeds the threshold black. It also turns any pixels that are “pixel locked” blue and pixels that are being luminance locked gray. This will show you the areas of the frame that the filter considers to be moving and the areas the filter considers static. Do NOT leave this option on when you are actually converting your files. (note: this setting is NOT saved for batch operations or when you save processing settings, since this option is meant only for “debugging” ones settings)
The “luminance locking” option will decide whether or not to allow yet another option for output for compared pixels. If a pixel’s luminance is with the Luminance pixellocking threshold of the previous pixel’s luminance, but the chrominance difference is only within the chrominance blending threshold, Temporal Cleaner will keep the luminance of the previous pixel and blend the chrominance of
System Requirements For Temporal Cleaner:
OS: Windows 7, Vista, XP (SP2 or later)
Processor: Intel Core 2 Duo / AMD Athlon 64 x2
Memory: 2GB RAM
Storage: 500MB available space
Graphics: DirectX 9-compatible graphics card with a Pixel Shader 3.0-capable
Sound Card: DirectX 9-compatible sound card with support for MP3, WMA, and OGG
Graphics settings may be adjusted in game using a program called Graphics