1 Reply Latest reply on Sep 24, 2013 9:19 PM by Todd_Kopriva

    the new detail preserving effect

    der-moogli

      I have some questions about the upcoming up-scale effect for After-Effects:


      The only difference between the algorithm in Photoshop seems to be the “Edge Contrast” option (that Photoshop doesn’t offer). How can those be compared to each other? For example: how much percent of the After-Effects Edge-Contrast equals the Photoshop settings?

       

      And what about handling interlaced footage? Is this possible?

       

      Will there be more information before the release? A Video would be great (not the one you posted on 12th of September)

       

      Thank you very much for your answers

        • 1. Re: the new detail preserving effect
          Todd_Kopriva Level 8

          > The only difference between the algorithm in Photoshop seems to be the “Edge Contrast” option (that Photoshop doesn’t offer). How can those be compared to each other? For example: how much percent of the After-Effects Edge-Contrast equals the Photoshop settings?

           

          We've been tweaking the defaults over the course of the development of the effect. Currently, the default value in After Effects is a little softer (with less ringing/halo artifacting) than the equivalent in Photoshop.

           

          > And what about handling interlaced footage? Is this possible?

           

          Yes, just like any other effect in After Effects. Just separate fields in the footage interpretation settings, and everything will work fine.