I use stuff like dust, decomb, msharpen etc but those are all single line command filters. I don't understand anything you posted about this
my ANH is prone to a number of jaggies from the decomb IVTC process using Donald Grafts filter. this sangnom filter seems quite nice and there is a similar thread over at Doom9 but both yourself and this thread do this
v3 = overlay(v1,v2, opacity=0.2, mode="Darken")
v4 = v3.Crop(0,102,-0,-102).Lanczos4Resize(720,600)
v5 = v4a.ConvertToYV12.overlay(v4b, opacity=0.5).LimitedSharpen
v6 = v5.Levels(0,1.236,224,0,255).Lanczos4Resize(720,376).AddBorders(0,52,0,52)
and I don't understand this vbusiness at all what's the point of v3,v4,v5 etc if you stack all the commands in a certain order anyway, am I supposd to paste this into the avs file?
also, I've already got an IVTC's interim so all I need to do is anti alias using the sangnom filter.
am I better doing this?
x being 0,1 or 2 for order and aa=x being the amount of antialiasing you wish to do.
I assume as my source is progressive that I need to use order=2 or do I run sangnom just as sangnom(aa=x)
and would I need to convert to yv12 for thisfilter to work? in which case I'd need avisynth 2.7