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Why should you use x265 instead of x264? This article will answer that question and will also give you a short introduction on what the different options of x265 do. This article is actually a bit older and i was too lazy to reupload it after a server rewrite, but here it is again.
|Read more…||Gepostet am 25. Oct 2018 um 12:27 von Attila|
They’re this weird kind of magic that actually isn’t magical at all. We can also do things with them. Or have other things to things with them. The word thing is a terrible... thing.
|Read more…||Gepostet am 18. Mar 2017 um 00:00 von kageru|
That one filter that is used everywhere, even though barely anyone actually knows what it does. Wel’ll change that together.
|Read more…||Gepostet am 09. Feb 2017 um 00:00 von kageru|
Less dither is always better, but no dither might be a problem. Here, I’ll be looking at ways to automatically determine where grain is needed to prevent artifacts.
|Read more…||Gepostet am 14. Nov 2016 um 19:31 von kageru|
...and ways to remove them. I feel like this will be outdated soon™
|Read more…||Gepostet am 13. Sep 2016 um 00:00 von kageru|
This is pretty old and kinda bad. There’s a WIP rewrite here if you’re interested: https://ddl.kageru.moe/kbz12.pdf
|Read more…||Gepostet am 10. May 2016 um 00:00 von kageru|