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This plugin for Avisynth implements an uncommon concept in spatial sharpening. Although designed specifically for anime, it also works quite well on normal video. The filter is very effective at sharpening important edges without amplifying noise. This version of MSharpen requires Avisynth version 2.5 or beyond. The filter works with RGB32, YUY2, or YV12 input. In YUY2 space it sharpens only the luminance channel. In RGB and YV12 spaces it sharpens all three color channels. If you want to sharpen luminance only for RGB or YV12 source material, use ConvertToYUY2(), process, and then convert back if desired. In all color spaces, color is included in the detail detection.The justification for the filter is simple. The biggest complaint about Unsharp Mask (for example) is that setting the strength high enough to sharpen important edges also amplifyies noise and small detail. MSharpen solves this problem effectively by detecting important edge areas and then applying sharpening only to those areas. You first set the ‘threshold’ parameter so that desired edges are selected. Then you set the sharpening strength. You can set very high sharpening strengths without amplifying noise or fine detail (because the edge map is used to mask the sharpening).







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Cracked MSharpen With Keygen is a sharpening filter for Avisynth. It sharpens the edges in a video without amplifying noise or fine detail. The input is a YUV(A) (Y/U/V) or RGB32 or YV12 video, converted to YUV(A) if necessary. The output is a YUV(A) or RGB32 or YV12 video, converted if necessary. MSharpen only sharpens edges, and then levels out edges that are not important. The edges that are sharpened are defined by a threshold parameter. The Sharpening Strength parameter defines the strength of sharpening in the areas defined by the threshold. The output is sharpened only in those areas. The Sharpening Mask is used to identify areas that are to be sharpened and define sharpening in those areas.
MSharpen Version
– Avisynth version must be 2.5 or beyond
– This filter is implemented in spatial domain, not temporal domain
– RGB32 or YUY2 input, YV12 or YUV(A) output
– I recommend YV12 input and YUV(A) output
– U and V components are treated as luminance, not color
– Most people get best results by adjusting the parameters in the 3 by 3 grid in the ToolBox
– It is not recommended to set the threshold below -1.5, which is what Unsharp Mask defaults to.

I created this plug-in because I wanted to implement an area-based sharpening effect similar to Unsharp Mask. It is intended to be used in conjunction with other sharpening tools to produce some interesting effects, but the main application is to sharpen specific areas of interest within a video.
Sharpen Filter Description:
The Sharpen filter sharpens only edge areas within a video. By default the filter uses a threshold of -1.5 to define edges. If you set the threshold to something lower than -1.5, then the video will be sharpened at the threshold level before being filtered. If you set the threshold to something higher than -1.5, then the filter sharpens only edge areas specified.
By default the filter is applied in spatial domain, so areas that are sharpened will get sharpened in all three color channels. If you specify RGB input or RGB32 input, the filter will apply sharpening to only the luminance channel, eliminating any color effects.
One way to think about this filter is

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Returns a slightly sharper version of the source, examining it in detail in a filter-like manner. For each image pixel, the sharpening strength is applied to a set of color edges, which are used to mask the sharpening. The color edges are defined by the threshold. At each edge in the source, the sharpening is only applied to the color of the edge in the source, not the color of the background. If the threshold used on a source pixel is low, then the sharpening will affect only the narrowest parts of the image. If the threshold used on a source pixel is high, then the sharpening will affect more of the edges in the image. (In this case, the edges are wider.) The sharpening strength can be applied in the RGB, YUY2, or YV12 color space, and is also adjustable separately for each color channel.
There is an optional pre-processing stage where edges are detected separately in each color space and color edges are merged into a single image. This allows the sharpening strength to be adjusted independently for each color channel. It also allows the edges to be applied in RGB32 space without the need to convert to YUY2 or YV12.

It is now convenient to use Avisynth to create high quality effects, including motion blur. This version of MotionBlur allows motion blur to be applied in a number of different ways. Because Avisynth can now render sources in any color space, the same motion blur can be applied to all color channels of the final output. Frame interpolation can also be done for multisampling rendering. This allows the effect to work with or without the bilinear filtering, depending on the source. The filter depends on the motion blur technique specified, as follows:
Method 1: Sinc
This method uses interpolated values from the previous frame, along with the current frame, to create a’sinc’ waveform. This is similar to a cosine wave, except that sinc has less distortion when changing the magnitude and the phase is set to be 180 degress out of phase. This is the most effective motion blur technique available, and supports anti-aliasing, and even multisampling.
In the example below, the source is given an extra filter pass before being rendered, but still has bilinear filtering. The source is then rendered to a normal memory buffer, and then given a motion blur pass. The motion blur pass


[**Presenter:**]{} John Williams ([]( movie director/screenwriter)
[**Purpose:**]{} Sharpens sensitive vertical edges in anime scenes (movie, web or DVD)
[**Abstract:**]{} This filter is quite effective at sharpening important edges. You first set the ‘threshold’ parameter so that desired edges are selected. Then you set the sharpening strength. You can set very high sharpening strengths without amplifying noise or fine detail. It works with YUY2, RGB32, or YV12 input, in all color spaces.
[**Meets**]{} ILM’s RAWIntoHDR specs, Adobe’s DNG, and most other raw file formats.
[**Implements**]{} Avisynth version 2.5 or beyond. In YV12 it sharpens only the luminance channel. The other two channels are always included in the sharpening
[**Limitations**]{} Negative and positive edge masking is left to the user.
[**Summary**]{} MSharpen is an uncommon but powerful sharpening filter.
[*License*]{} N/A
[*Source*]{} I have never created a source release, but you can now download a version of this filter from Aaron Stewart’s website ([](
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What’s New In MSharpen?

* The ‘clipping’ parameter determines the amount of sharpening done for edges that are ‘too far away’. There is a tradeoff between keeping important edges sharp and having less sharpening on ‘nearby’ edges. This parameter is in the range [0.0-1.0].
* You can clip out noise or small details with the ‘up_factor’ parameter. It is the ratio of the full edge map to the clipped edge map that is used for the computation of the strength of the sharpening. The clip is specified in the range [0.0-1.0].
* With the’sharpening_strength’ parameter you can specify the strength of the filter. This is in the range [0.0-1.0]. With the default value of 0.5, the filter is effectively applied twice to edges: once to select the main areas to be sharpened and once to restrict sharpening to these main areas.
* The ‘color’ parameter controls the sharpening of the luminance channel. In RGB and YV12 color spaces it applies sharpening to all three color channels.
* ‘interp_cubic’ sets the interpolation method used. The default is ‘cubic’, which makes most sense for quality settings (also called anti-aliasing) or ‘linear’ for fast passes.
* ‘interp_sinc’ is a slower method, which avoids filtering noise, but introduces ringing at sharpened edges. Set this to the ‘cubic’ setting if you want smooth edges without the ringing.
* ‘highres’ places higher priority on sharpening the main areas of the edges. You can use it to sharpen even closer to edges. Its main advantages are speed and quality.
* ‘lowres’ is a slower, low quality mode. You can use it to sharpen edges more reliably.
* ‘lowres_cubic’ is a speedier low quality mode. It also eliminates the low-pass filter method used for ‘interp_cubic’.
* ‘loop’ places the filter in an infinite loop, so you can fine-tune the sharpening at will and leave the filter running until you exit Avisynth (or stop the movie) or the process is killed.
* ‘fast’: ‘fast’ places more constraints on the sharpening. You cannot change the input settings. The filter adjusts the constraint parameters to improve the sharpening and handle changes

System Requirements For MSharpen:

OS: Windows 10 / 8.1 / 8 / 7 SP1 (32-bit)
CPU: Intel Core 2 Duo or better (2.8 GHz)
RAM: 2 GB or more (32-bit)
Processor: Intel Core 2 Duo or better (2.8 GHz) RAM: 2 GB or more (32-bit) Resolution: 800×600
DirectX: 9.0
Network: Broadband Internet connection Recommended:
OS: Windows 10 / 8.1 / 8 / 7

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