Does it not print any error? How about generating a crash_log.txt on the .exe folder?
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In the latest version (3.10) I would use different options:
Animation Model: Static Resolution [Regular]
Everything else on default.
Do a small segment, if you don't like the result, try Animation Model: Half Original Resolution
There is a little more information on the Interactive Gallery description, but I used the code from nshepperd with a few tweaks, that can be found here:
You are right, Clip is not the entire process of creating the images, is more of a focus word I selected for the project.
Rife-App don't work with depth maps. It does generate Motion Flow, but they are 2D arrays, don't really translate well to RGB, so it would need to be another type of file. Does this have any use for you?
I really can't give my opinion since it would be biased, plus I really don't use other software for interpolation so I can't compare, but feel free to discuss it.
I can just say that right now Rife-APP don't use any more of Rife code. It use a algorithm made by myself, trained from scratch, so it should generate interpolations different from any other software.
Less memory try to put a single frame at the time on the memory, but the difference usually is pretty small. For now I keep the option in there since from time to time I try to improve on it. Scale do change a lot of the memory usage. But it can get pretty bad results. 0.5 should work fine for high res input.
Thanks for the complement!
I can't seen to be able to run the file, even on VLC. But it may be a problem on my computer. Will try again later. For now can you try using the "[New] Quality" and disable YUV, see if it help? You may need to use a smaller scale so you don't run out of memory.