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zzfunc

A small collection of Vapoursynth scripts of varying usefulness

Functions from zzfunc

mask.overlaymask

zzfunc.overlaymask(clip, ncop=None, nced=None, op=None, ed=None, w=None, h=None, thr=50, thr_ed=None, maximum=3, inflate=2, exmask=None, bits=None, mute_exmask=None, black=None, white=None)

Function for credit masking using NCOP/NCED files to detect areas that filters such as descale would otherwise thrash

mask.minmax_mask

zzfunc.minmax(clip, minarray, maxarray, radius=None, mode='morph')

Masking function that uses zzfunc.std.(Max/)Minimum to create area masks. Remember to keep pass_coordinates_info=True

Possible values for mode:

  • "range": Simple range mask similar to masktools' "minmax" and Dither tools' gradfun3 mask
  • "morph": Morphology mask useful for gradient detection

resize_mclip

zzfunc.resize_mclip(mclip, w=None, h=None)

Box scaler intended for mask clips, which can probably be described as "area average" scaling. Essentially the same as fmtconv's "box" kernel, but behaves slightly differently when scaling up by a factor that isn't a whole number. It instead scales up to the next whole number, and downscales to the intended resolution with box scaling.

tv.Decensor

def zzfunc.decensor(censored, uncensored, radius=5, min_length=3, smooth=6, thr=None, bordfix=10, intra_mask=False, intra_cutoff=0.5, intra_smooth=0, intra_thr_lo=None, intra_shrink_lo=2, intra_grow_lo=15, intra_thr_hi=None, intra_shrink_hi=5, intra_grow_hi=25, intra_grow_post=50, intra_shrink_post=30, intra_deflate_post=20, censored_filtered=None, uncensored_filtered=None, disable_inter=False, debug=0, output_mappings=False, output_path=None)

Function for combining clips using the difference to find full and partial censoring, with automatic and manual techniques and various preview/debug features.

Parameters

radius: The amount of times to shrink the diff after binarizing (see: thr) Used for full-frame decensoring

min_length: ideally removes any string of positive (censored) frames shorter than x, in reality it checks whether the temporal neighborhood has a majority of positive frames (50% or more in x * 2 + 1) so if you have for example a repeating sequence of 2 positive, one negative it wont do anything. Should help with motion artifacts and combing

smooth: Fades into and out of censored sections, extending the uncensored source further into the censored sections to compensate for low-contrast bits i.e. at the end of video fades

thr: Binarize threshold for the diff, used for full-frame decensoring. Defaults are quite low so as to catch tricky censors (i.e. removal of bodily fluids from fair skinned characters)

bordfix: Amount to trim from the border of the diff clip. Used for full-frame decensoring

intra_mask: Whether to attempt to decensor within a frame, masking the output rather than picking between censored and uncensored frames

intra_cutoff: Scale of 0.0 - 1.0 of what amount of a frame can be masked before just swapping in the uncensored frame completely

intra_smooth: Same as smooth but for the intra-frame mask

intra_thr_lo: Similar to thr, this one is set low to catch everything that might be a censor/change and isnt expanded much by default (see next two parameters)

intra_shrink_lo: Amount of times to call std.Minimum on the intra_lo mask before expanding

intra_grow_lo: Amount of times to call std.Maximum on the intra_lo mask after shrinking

intra_thr_hi: Similar to thr, this one is set high to find light beams and expand them a very large amount (see next two parameters) to account for the effects that beams cause

intra_shrink_hi: Amount of times to call std.Minimum on the intra_hi mask before expanding

intra_grow_hi: Amount of times to call std.Maximum on the intra_hi mask after shrinking

intra_grow_post: After intra_lo and intra_hi are combined into one clip, this parameter controls the amount of std.Maximum calls to perform, primarily to close gaps in the mask

intra_shrink_post: Amount of times to shrink the combined intra-frame mask using std.Minimum after the previous parameter's expansion operation

intra_deflate_post: Also shrinks using std.Minimum but with a threshold of peak/intra_deflate_post creating an effect similar to cascading many calls to inflate/deflate. You will notice the defaults of this and intra_shrink_post are equal to intra_grow_post when combined

censored_filtered: alternative prefiltered clip that will only be used during final merging for output

uncensored_filtered: alternative prefiltered clip that will only be used during final merging for output

disable_inter: Disables the full-frame portion of the decensor, mainly to save cpu usage when doing debug-assisted manual decensoring

debug: Allows for preview and splicing to assist with parameter tweaking and manual decensoring

  • 0: Disabled
  • 1: Simple full-frame debug mode. Previews the output with a text message in the top-left corner showing whether a frame has been decensored or not. Does not use alternative clips so as to speed up seek time
  • 2: Inter-frame debug mode. Stacks the clip and final inter-frame mask clip together
  • 3: Splice mode, returns only frames that the full-frame decensorer has deemed censored, stacking both clips and returning them with their frame number in the top left to aid in manual decensoring. May take a long time to process so if you're using Vapoursynth Editor (2) make sure you hit F5 and not F6!

output_mappings: Writes a file with censored mappings for replaceframes in lvsfunc format

output_path: Full file name and path for the mappings file

std.MinFilter

zzfunc.minfilter(source, filtered_a, filtered_b, planes=None, strict=True)

Pixelwise function that takes the stronger of two filtered clips

Possible values for the bint array strict:

  • True: Pass the source pixel when filtered pixels are not homologous to the input (one is darker and the other is brighter)
  • False: Pass the pixel that changed the least

std.MaxFilter

zzfunc.maxfilter(source, filtered_a, filtered_b, planes=None, strict=False, ref=None)

Pixelwise function that takes the stronger of two filtered clips

Set strict to whatever you want to happen when the filtered pixels aren't homologous to the source pixel.

  • False: Just take whichever pixel changed the most (default)
  • True: Take the average of the filtered clips (just a convenience so you dont have to type 'y z + 2 /')
  • Supply a RPN string for custom output. Syntax is as follows:
    • x, y and z: Correspond to source, filtered_a and filtered_b, respectively
    • minimum: Lowest possible value for the plane. -0.5 for chroma planes in float clips, everything else is 0
    • neutral: A null MakeDiff pixel. 128 for 8 bit, 32768 for 16 bit, 0 for float
    • peak: Highest possible value for the plane. 255/65535/1/0.5 for 8 bit/16 bit/float luma/float chroma
    • a, b and c: Clips provided via the ref parameter. I have no idea if this would ever be useful or if it even works since I didn't test it

std.xpassfilter

zzfunc.xpassfilter(clip, prefilter, lofilter=None, hifilter=None, safe=True, planes=None)

A simple wrapper for std.MakeDiff and std.MergeDiff that works as so:

clip = xpassfilter(clip, prefilter=core.std.BoxBlur, lofilter=core.dfttest.DFTTest, hifilter=core.std.Median, safe=True)

# is the same as...

loclip = core.std.BoxBlur(clip)
hiclip = core.std.MakeDiff(clip, loclip)
loclip = core.std.MakeDiff(clip, hiclip) # safety feature for integer clips

loclip = core.dfttest.DFTTest(loclip)
hiclip = core.std.Median(hiclip)

clip = core.std.MergeDiff(loclip, hiclip)

std.padding

zzfunc.pad(clip, left=0, right=0, top=0, bottom=0, planes=None)

Pad the borders of a clip to compensate for filters that behave badly at the edge of clips. Uses resize.Point for 8 bit and fmtc.resample for other formats. Since zimg works in 8 bit, it will be faster than fmtc, but fmtc's method of copying only the edge pixel (as opposed to mirroring the image) is faster than zimg otherwise.

std.shiftplanes

zzfunc.shiftplanes(clip, x=[0], y=[0], planes=None, nop=2)

Shift the planes of a clip up, down, left or right.

When chroma values are supplied for x and y they are not relative to chroma subsampling, so for x=[10,10,10] a 4:2:0 clip will look mangled. This is not an issue with x=10 as the per=plane parameter copying will compensate for this when not enough values are given.

std.shiftframes

zzfunc.shiftframes(clip, origin=0):

Shifts the frames of a clip so frame number origin is frame 0

util.mixed_depth

zzfunc.mixp(src_hi, flt_hi, src_lo, flt_lo, planes=None)

Expr wrapper for preserving high depth information when processing with plugins that don't support high precision formats.

util.get_y, util.get_u, util.get_v

zzfunc.y(clip)
zzfunc.u(clip)
zzfunc.v(clip)

util.get_r, util.get_g, util.get_b

zzfunc.r(clip)
zzfunc.g(clip)
zzfunc.b(clip)

Outputs an RGB clip where all 3 planes have the x plane. Convert to GRAY and process with filters that dont support RGB input (matrix shouldn't matter since all 3 planes are the same)

util.split

zzfunc.split(clip)

Passes arrays untouched

With RGB input it behaves like get_r/g/b

util.join

zzfunc.join(clipa, clipb=None, clipc=None, colorfamily=None)

Give clipa an array and it will behave like vsutil's

Give clipa an array and also supply clipb or clipc and it will substitute them for the corresponding clip from clipa

Give it 2 clips (either as an array or as single clips) and it will behave like mergechroma

Give one clip each to clipa, clipb and clipc in your vpy scripts because fuck typing [] every time

util.get_w

zzfunc.w(height, ar=None, even=None, ref=None)

Calculate width based on height. Another stolen vsutil function with pointless extra features (and shorter names)

Supply ref to calculate the aspect ratio ar based on ref's dimensions, otherwise it defaults to 16:9

If height is odd, even defaults to False

util.bicubic_c

zzfunc.c(b=0.0, fac=2)

Auto-calculate the c value for bicubic based on your "b" value.

Set fac=1 for SoftCubic

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