Film 9: Film restoration software.

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Re: Film 9: Film restoration software.

Post by newuser » Thu Jul 16, 2015 1:13 pm

Hello!
Can You give me any recomendations about one thing.
I'm making photo of each frame. Then I need to put together all pieces in a movie before putting in FIlm9. What kind of format is better to use. Probably kind of RAW will be good but I need some details what is the best. Film9 can import AVI right? I can't load any AVI- don't know why. I was trying reinstaling codecs etc. I was trying on two computers without results. Is MPG2 format ok to put in Film9 or the quality will be worst ?

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Re: Film 9: Film restoration software.

Post by Gelinox » Thu Sep 10, 2015 8:37 pm

Hello,

Here is a new version of our software.

http://www.dropbox.com/s/hk2mlo1rbpdeuts/Film9.zip?dl=0

Have been changed:
- New DLL Avisynth MT
- DLL Update for other filters
- New installation procedure for Avisynth
- Adaptation computer with more than 8 CPU

With the effect of increasing the speed of treatment !!

Gilles and Roland

French forum : http://letransfert.soforums.com/t809-FI ... -Films.htm
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Re: Film 9: Film restoration software.

Post by Gelinox » Mon May 09, 2016 8:20 pm

FILM9 V2 is available

http://vimeo.com/165747087

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
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Re: Film 9: Film restoration software.

Post by Will2 » Tue May 10, 2016 12:10 am

[quote="Gelinox"]FILM9 V2 is available

http://vimeo.com/165747087

The music is very relaxing.

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Re: Film 9: Film restoration software.

Post by Justin Hubbard » Fri Sep 09, 2016 9:37 am

Hi all, I'm new here. I wanted to know if anybody else here has had an issue with installing Film 9 V2?
All of the required codecs etc installed without a problem, as did the program itself, but it will not run. I just keep getting the windows error "Encountered a problem and Windows has closed the program" immediately upon start up. I'm running Windows 7 if that helps whatsoever.
I'm trying to at least determine if the problem is with my system or if it's the download. The previous version of Film 9 ran without a problem (although all of my exported footage for some reason had the file name hardcoded in huge letters across the video!)
Any help or insight would be much appreciated, thanks :)

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Re: Film 9: Film restoration software.

Post by Gelinox » Tue Sep 20, 2016 9:36 am

Hi,

You must clear this folder : "C:\Users\YourSession\AppData\Local\Film9V2" and restart Film9.exe
It is a bug, and the new version will fix this problem soon.

If this folder is hidden, you must follow this procedure before: http://www.bleepingcomputer.com/tutoria ... windows-7/
I'm trying to at least determine if the problem is with my system or if it's the download. The previous version of Film 9 ran without a problem (although all of my exported footage for some reason had the file name hardcoded in huge letters across the video!)
??? Can I have a capture of your screen ?

Thanks

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Re: Film 9: Film restoration software.

Post by Gelinox » Tue Oct 18, 2016 6:29 pm

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 http://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 !
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Re: Film 9: Film restoration software.

Post by mariareese » Thu Jul 20, 2017 1:17 pm

I was also getting the "avisynth error".. Is there any alternate software ..?

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