Like what you see? Want to see it in action?
Tell me that's not an awesome function. Go on, leave a comment if you want. Oh! Better yet, scream it really loud at your monitor. "YOU SUCK, FUNCTION! I DON'T LIKE YOU!" Even if you do, you can't shake its' fearsome power... this thing is bigger than all of us.
The only sad part is, even with this showing me just the modified "dirt" pixels being erased, I settled on the same setting I'd used just eyeballing the clip. Oh, well. It still came in handy for showing me exactly what to look for in terms of dirt removal artifacts, which - due to the older filtering this poor DVD went through - were pretty rampant at any setting than the 4 used above.
WOULD YOU LIKE SOME MORE?
I'm tempted to say that this test on the Mya release of HORRIBLE is even more successful, even with the higher setting of 5. I could have nabbed a lot more dirt at around 8, but once more, static geometric patterns - this time the circles that our heroine is busy doodling away on - suffer badly the more dirt I try to kill. It also had the unpleasant side-effect of warping the hell out of all the already-blurred trees in those running shots at anything over 12. Once more, a little dab will do you. It's far easier to fix minor specs by hand than major artifacts, trust me.