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  1. A new update is available Film9 (2.03). It fixes several bugs including the re-installation in English. The list of these fixes is available in the application directory. - A DUPLICATE function has been added in the interpolator. As has often been discussed on the forum, the Interpolators are not flawless. And especially on fast-moving sequences. Artifacts are visible. To try to get around this, we added a function of image duplication. With this method, there are more artifacts, but against the judder effect can be felt. Nothing is perfect ..... To limit this effect of jerks, it was added to the Duplicate function, Mixing function (which is optional). Mixing This function will interpolate just ONE picture after the duplicated image. It's a balance between pure and simple interpolation Duplication. After that it is for everyone to find the formula. A tip for those who have some time to treatment with interpolation (for Audio and Sound). This gives, after all, a fluidity to the majority of plans. Then make another treatment (with the same settings) but Duplication. And in the final, in your NLE, simply superimpose the two clips and select Duplicate on the track, the sequences that have artifacts on the interpolation track. Warning: Duplicate processing is slower than the interpolation processing. - A resizing function Clips Non-Standard There are more and more users that use sensors or cameras called "professional" and, especially, with the ability to synchronize projector / camera. These cameras have, among others, the option of framing the image pixel. The downside is that the dimensions width / height are not in a video standard. This new feature will let resize, in a standard format that captures Non-Standard. Just simply choose its size in the Project window. For users who have encountered difficulties in installing Film9 two new tutorials are available on the www.film9.org sites, they detail the steps of the installation on Windows 7 and Windows 10. Here, again, we hope Gilles and me, these small changes will satisfy you. Thank you, anyway, to share your comments ..... Good Test !
  2. FILM9 V2 is available Your comments and requests have constantly guided the development of this new software. Rather than listing the long list of new possibilities, I invite you to visit our website, watching the demos and tutorials and of course only if you want ... ... To try this new version here ! http://www.film9.org We have always a lot of fun to talk with you on this forum, share tips and each discovery. Gilles and Roland
  3. A new version of Film9 is available here: https://www.dropbox.com/s/hk2mlo1rbpdeuts/Film9.zip?dl=0 The changes are: - Each filter can be set ON or OFF - Optimization of FullHD based on recent updates to some filters - Improved Responsiveness
  4. Here is a short demonstration Film9 that will help understand its operation: https://vimeo.com/115445683
  5. We know the cause of the crash problem mentioned in the previous post: To use version 1.41 on Windows 7, Service Pack 1 must be installed. Now, only this version is available. Film9 any potential users on this forum <_<, we recommend to download new version 1.41, some changes have been made. Happy Holidays to all!
  6. A new DLL used in the latest Film9 uses multithreading. We now know that a compatibility problem can cause the application to crash Only Windows 7 seems to have not installed "tool" essential to the use of this dll. We also know that a complete reinstallation of Windows 7 eliminates this problem. We hope to be able to give you a Windows update procedure that may solve the problem without having to go through a tedious resettlement. Moreover, users who have this problem may have other problems with other programs seeking such multithreading instructions. Here's what we offer: A version 1.41 - This is a version of "top performance" for those who have not encountered compatibility issues. In this version, a bug on automatic cropping has been fixed at the same time (hence the version 1.41) https://www.dropbox.com/s/uxttj35godtw89x/Film9%201.41.zip?dl=0 A draft version 1.40 - This version contains troubleshooting the "standard" version for those who experience a compatibility problem. In this version, the bug on the auto trim has also been fixed. https://www.dropbox.com/s/jdyr38ygj13iy98/Film9%201.40.zip?dl=0 Like what, you can do a lot of tests but nothing can replace your user experience !! :mellow:
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    Restauration Film

    Hello, A new version of our free film restoration software is available here: http://letransfert.soforums.com/t809-FILM9-Logiciel-de-Restauration-de-Films.htm#p16877 Version 1.4 of 23/11/2014: - Update DLLs. for improvement in image quality and processing speed. - Interframe latest version for better interpolation. - Compatibility with video files: fYUVY, WMP, MPEG - A greater range of settings to better vary corrections. - An adjustable dégrainage "linearly". - A function "Preset" to save or recall once all the control panel settings - A new end processing window to immediately visualize the final clip. - Automatic Shutdown computer upon completion clips. We Gilles and I, listened to your feedback and hope this new version will bring you lots of fun in the processing of your films. Sincerely
  8. Hello, A new version of Film9 is available here: http://letransfert.soforums.com/t809-FILM9-Logiciel-de-Restauration-de-Films.htm#p16877 Version 1.4 of 23/11/2014: - Update DLLs. for improvement in image quality and processing speed. - Interframe latest version for better interpolation. - Compatibility with video files: fYUVY, WMP, MPEG - A greater range of settings to better vary corrections. - An adjustable dégrainage "linearly". - A function "Preset" to save or recall once all the control panel settings - A new end processing window to immediately visualize the final clip. - Automatic Shutdown computer upon completion clips. We Gilles and I, listened to your feedback and hope this new version will bring you lots of fun in the processing of your films. Sincerely
  9. Hello Anthony, I received your .avi clip that does not want to open with Avisynth. We exchanged several email about it. This avi clip is very particular format (UYVY) which requires a special codec that I found, but unfortunately also a change in the Avisynth scripts. This change will be made by Gilles and myself, in the next version of Film9. In the immediate future, I have no other solutions that offer to convert your clips in a standard format. We appreciate these remarks on problems because they allow us to we tackle our software. Roland
  10. Anthony, There is a codec problem ... Probably from a Canopus codec ... yet to be confirmed I'll keep you posted ...
  11. Dear David, I do not think anyone has the exclusive picture perfect ... especially not me! There are only different choices. Now it is common to make scans with little contrast and a lot of grain to show that this is an old movie. But if you use an old Super8 projector, you have a very saturated picture, sharp and without grain (or just little). The result will be far from it: But more like this: But to realize this, we must still have old projectors and not only work with scanners. I respect everyone's choice, but i do not want to be trapped in what some believe to be the right choice! It is also to respect the choice of each, that our small application allows you to change the settings as anyone can wish for. friendly Roland (I hope the google translation is not too bad)
  12. Maybe I'll offer you a solution that you already know ... But all codecs are not compatible with Avisynth, you try to install K-Lite Codec Pack?
  13. Thank you for this test ... Convert your movie to avi to mp4 is a lose definition ... it's a shame, because Film9 accept the avi format I advise you to completely reinstall Avisynth and codecs. Your film is certainly a scanned with syncronisation film. Here are two settings that will reduce artifacts and sacades. http://www.dropbox.com/s/32elfai3xdg8w1t/1.png http://www.dropbox.com/s/olar12uowcuw0mr/2.png (Don't activate interpolation) Best regards Roland
  14. Here are some details that I hope will answer your questions: Film9 support .avi files - Before the first opening of Film9: 1) it is recommended to completely uninstall Avisynth. Film9 contains all the files needed for the proper functioning of Avisynth. 2) Install the codecs pack K-Lite Codec Pack - Film9 does not file any information in the registry, you can copy it to any directory without any problem, but it does not work with temporary directories. - For compatibility with Avisynth, Film9 does not accept the use of directories containing accents or special characters. - Film9 creates a first intermediate file in "Compliance" to standardize the appearance of the video, this for the filters contained in "Final processing" have the maximum effect. Do not forget to click "Launch Pre-selected clip" in "Final processing" to create the final clip. - If you want to file a final 25 or 50 fs (29.97 or 59.94 for NTSC), you must enable “interpolation” I hope these explanations in broken English you have been useful. Very friendly.
  15. Hello, Some examples of films processed with Film9 : https://vimeo.com/56560464 https://vimeo.com/94429328 https://vimeo.com/97004221 Best regards (and sorry for my english) Roland
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