please, any clue about how to use the script?
It should be applied outside Blender, where the jpg images have been saved?
EDIT / Update
As brothermechanic said, you can use VapourSynth from Gentoo Linux.
For users of Ubuntu and Ubuntu family or derivatives, “djcj” (PPA maitainer) has already solved the problem with “imwri” and missing filters in the PPA. Thanks djcj!
sudo add-apt-repository ppa:djcj/vapoursynth
sudo apt-get install vspipe vapoursynth-extra-plugins vapoursynth-editor
it is recommended that you also install “ffmpeg” and “libx264-xxx” (xxx is the version depending of your distro).
When you see in the script a line like:
src = core.imwri.Read('camera1/%04d.jpg', firstnum=1, alpha=False)
You remember there replace with the path where you have your images. For example, if you saved your images from blender as “png” in “/home/YOUR_USER/render images”, the above line should be:
src = core.imwri.Read('/home/YOUR_USER/render images/%04d.png', firstnum=1, alpha=False)
From the terminal opened where you have the script, to get the video I am using the command:
vspipe --y4m script.vpy - | ffmpeg -i pipe: -vcodec libx264 -crf 10 encoded.mp4
This creates a video at 30 fps (later will say how to change the frame rate). “crf 10” is the video quality. Lower value, higher quality and size (see ffmpeg manual).
In the script in post #51 you need to do some modifications to get the output with the above command, otherwise you need to configure the output path in one line near the end of the script.
Scripts Denoise for Blender_Cycles with VapourSynth.zip (4.4 KB)
Remember that some filters used only supports 8-bit images, so unfortunately with these scripts we are limited to using only 8-bit images.
And thanks to ‘brothermechanic’. All the scripts are basically mods of his scripts.