Note from w3sp to original version of this movie - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VAVsJ...
"A Quake3 Defrag movie made by KOS (Dec 2007) featuring my demos.
All runs were performed in cpm and vq3 settings with 125 fps unaltered physics (Standard pmove settings). Some runs were done online, some offline. Everything is also reproducable in the OSP mod without any modification.
1. Charlie Clouser - Convoy
2. Plaid - Eyen
3. Boards of Canada - Julie and Candy
4. Charlie Clouser - Don't forget the rules
5. Charlie Clouser - Hello Zepp
6. Ninja Tunes Mix"
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Note from me:
Original movie file - 740x420 40fps
Current movie file was taken after next steps:
Crop from 740x420 to 736x416 - whats needed for "AviSynth MSU Frame Rate Conversion Filter" which one requiered only video files with side are multiples of 16.
Virtual dub with:
+ "MSU Frame Rate Conversion Filter". This AviSynth script made 120fps from original 40 video frames. Why 120 fps and not 60? The filter can only increase frames in the integer times.
+ internal resize filter: new size - 500% for both sides (upscale integer times); lanczos3; сutting to the size 3840x2160 (4k) - it added small borders, but it is important that the original video is increased to an integer number of times.
+ MSU smart sharpen 1.4 filter. Presets - mad.
+ Compression by Lagarith codec, thats give me lossless 3840x2160 120 fps video file 178,25 GB size.
After that, video was compressed by x264vfw with a frame rate decrease to 60.
You can see artefacts on the objects borders in this video. Its ok because 2/3 frames in each second was generated by the neighboring frames (MSU Frame Rate Conversion Filter). Let us assume that it is a small special effects in digital noise style :-). Sorry for this, i really want to make better, good looking version of this movie on youtube. Youtube allowed only 48, 50 and 60 fps videos, thats why i make all this things to convert original video to 1080p 60 fps with best possible (for me) quality.
Alternative version (48fps) - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rrgnM...