Hi Asd, thank you for posting those plugins. Do you have the source code to them? -Reel.Deal
- Hi, Reel.Deal. I'm not familiar with the license things, that's why I didn't include the source code. EdgeFixer source code - here. Both DeDot vs port and FillBorders vs port source code - here. AVSInpaint source code - AVSInpaint-2008.02.23.zip. VariableBlur 0.7 and FillMargins 126.96.36.199 - I used the original source code and just replaced 32-bit registers with 64-bit registers - download here, actually for those two plugins I used Intel XE 2019 compiler.
- Asd, thank you for the prompt response and the sources :). I'm not sure about licensing too, main reason I asked was for future reference. Sometimes links die and sometimes other people may continue where you left off. I created a page for EdgeFixer and FillBorders, not yet complete but almost there. Thanks again Asd.
- Thanks for creating page for EdgeFixer and FillBorders. Both plugins support high bit-depth too (8/10/12/14/16).
ExInpaint x64 src here - replaced 32-bit registers with 64-bit registers.
Can you change the plugin name of SmoothUV to SmoothUV2? The function name can remain SmoothUV(). My reasoning is this, the VS version is a partial port of the original, it does not include the SSHiQ() filter. Similar to what tp7 did with MedianBlur2, it's just a partial port so he added a 2 to the plugin name but kept the MedianBlur() function name.
SimpleResize: if not too much trouble, can you give this plugin the same treatment as you did VariableBlur and FillMargins (64-bit binary)? I don't think there's a substitute for its WarpResize() function.
I've been updating all links to the plugins you've recently updated on GitHub. Thank you for starting a GitHub, it makes it much easier in the long run. Reel.Deal 16:07, 16 May 2020 (CEST)
Thank you for your contribution to this site.
I renamed SmoothUV to SmoothUV2 (the file name only).
I'll check SimpleResize.
I think to rename the functions CombMask, MaskedMerge, IsCombed as suggested here. They are indeed different from the original ones. But I don't think to add again Deblock to MPEG2DecPlus. The standalone Deblock plugin is the same filter as the one in MPEG2DecPlus but updated. Any thoughts?