Properties

Tutorial video - Properties Features

Use as a general guide. Current as of VideoCleaner 4.3

Status Bar
The bottom bar of AvsPmod (the graphical interface of the VideoCleaner script) lists useful facts about the open video. The lower left corner shows the current frame number, and total frame count (e.g. 6 / 50 means you are on frame number 6 of a total of 50 video frames). This is followed by the playback time for the current frame, which is based on the video playback speed.

The right side of the status bar lists the width and height of the current video in pixels (e.g. 640x480), and is followed by the ratio of these numbers. The next number is the current playback speed in fps (frames per second), which is changeable using VideoCleaner. The last item is the current color space and VideoCleaner will attempt to maintain RGB32 to ensure maximum detail retention.

Playback bar
The playback bar is located immediately above the status bar with the standard playback controls. You can also use your computer keyboard to move through the video. The right arrow moves forward a single frame and the left moves back one frame. You can hold the arrow key down to advance rapidly in either direction. Use the up arrow to advance the video by one second of playback time, and the down arrow to move back by one second. The page-up and page-down move forward or backward by one minute of playback time. These shortcuts, and dozens more, can all be customized using the Keyboard Shortcuts option located in the Options menu.

PROPERTIES

DUPLICATE This feature removes duplicate frames using a user specified threshold. There is even an option to automatically maintain the playback speed.

CORE Use this to change basic properties like volume, playback speed, and which range of consecutive frames to retain.

CROP Trim away borders to create a zoomed in view. Adjustments can be made by exact pixel counts or by percentages.

RESIZE Correct the video's resolution or aspect ratio. Add SuperResolution to increase details (e.g. license plate or face).

FIELDS Use this section to separate or adjust the fields of an interlaced video. There are options to nudge the fields into alignment and resize the resulting video back to its original size.

ANGLE Flip or rotate the scene to get a more natural viewing angle.

DESEQUENCER Remove inconsistent or bad frames, relevant to a reference frame. Works great on videos that switch camera views. Fails on videos from cameras that move.

CHANNELS Deactivate any RGB color channel, or convert the video to gray-scale or a negative.