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Author StainlessS
Version v2.00
Download FDecimate2_x86_x64_dll_v2-00_20180428.zip
Category IVTC & Decimation
License GPLv2
Discussion Doom9 Forum



FDecimate2 is based on FDecimate v1.0.2. FDecimate2, fixes some problems with bugged metrics in FDecimate v1.0.2 and also adds support for RGB32/24 and 8 bit v2.60 Planar colorspaces.

The additional args added in FDecimate v1.1.0 is not supported, they apparently introduced problems into the plugin.


*** vcredist_x86.exe is required for FDecimate2-x86
*** vcredist_x64.exe is required for FDecimate2-x64

Syntax and Parameters

FDecimate (clip, float "rate", float "threshold", bool "metrics", bool "show", bool "debug", bool "chroma")

clip   =
Input clip.

float  rate = 23.976
This parameter sets the desired output frame rate. Frames will be removed from the video to achieve this frame rate while keeping audio and video in sync.

int  threshold = 1.0
This parameter sets the threshold difference metric for duplicate detection. If the difference metric between two frames exceeds this threshold, the two frames are considered to be different frames. i.e., not duplicates. Refer to the "How to Use FDecimate()" section above for an explanation of how to set this threshold properly.

bool  metrics = false
This parameter is used to determine the proper threshold to use for duplicate detection. When it is set to true, no decimation occurs and the difference metric for each frame is shown overlaid on the video and in the DebugView output. Refer to the "How to Use FDecimate()" section above for an explanation of how to use this parameter to set the threshold properly.

bool  show = false
This parameter enables information to be displayed on the frame. It also displays the software version.
The meanings of the numbers are as follows:
  • blind: The choice that would be made using naive decimation, not trying to avoid delivering duplicates.
  • choose: The choice that would be made when trying to avoid duplicates.
  • use: The final ch

bool  debug = false
This parameter enables information to be printed via OutputDebugString(). A utility called DebugView is available for catching these strings. The information displayed is the same as shown by the show option above.

bool  chroma = true
If false, will not scan chroma when differencing YUV frames.


FDecimate with default values:

FDecimate2 (rate=23.976, threshold=1.0, metrics=false, show=false, debug=false, chroma=true)


Version      Date            Changes
v2.00 2018/04/28 - Initial release

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