DaZelator, on Aug 31 2008, 22:59, said:
This is fascinating! At least to me as I am not into this video editing/encoding at all.
(1) Do you know something about the background/support of this tool? Is ficofico still maintaining it, or is there a site/forum where new versions and filters are being shared?
(2) Do you know if the tool can do other "effects", e.g. upsizing the video to 1280x960 pixels? Or higher frame rates than the shared 30fps?
(3) Why is focus setting "off" required? Is the filter for the Omnia related to a specific ROM version? I.e. would we need a new version of this tool after every firmware upgrade?
(4) Do you know if there are alternatives to this utility, preferably in English? Don't mind paying for it, if it is good.
ficofico is an italian user(a my friend)that he like work with avisinth video filtering!
he has created a tool(rigenerator)based on a combination of avisynth filters(mixed by him) take from doom9 forum, that work very fine with nokia symbian(this is a fantastic example with video taken by n95: http://www.rigenerat.../confronto.rar)
under my pressure (
) he has created a profile adapted to omnia videoes (only basic profile works...maybe upload in youtube or ftp doesn't work with omnia)
official thread is this:
in this moment he is in holiday,but he wAnt development his project with a personal site,etc etc
if you see options of rigenerator you can change some default parameters
for exampe if you click in button of frame rate(not write directly in text box) you can modify frame rate (for omnia default is 30)
increase resolution is not a good idea (he tried for n70 video to increase resolution from 320x240 to 640x480 with special filters, but is not good..is better keep original resoluzion and work with deblocking,denoise,sharpen,increase artificially frame rate etc etc)
I saw that if you take video with no focus, movie has a frame rate more costant and result is better (cpu works less in encoding)
no alternative utility!rigenerator is unique in his sector!
Edited by fenomeno83, 01 September 2008 - 12:21 AM.