Find the native resolution(s) of upscaled material (mostly anime) (by Infiziert90)

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  • 1080p isn't always the best resolution for anime, and sometimes lower resolutions are better. Yes, you read that right. Here's why.
    To get the native production resolution of anime, scripts like GetNative can be used to identify the native resolution using a graph. For example, this is what the graph of Manaria Friends looks like, and the sharp dip indicicates a native resolution of 878p. Alternatively, AniBin is a blog that lists the native resolution of anime. However, it is entirely in Japanese and does not seem to be updated anymore.
  • Casual Discussion Fridays - Week of January 01, 2021 | 2020-12-31
    You can just run getnative yourself on a 1080p download of the show, but that's some work. (The anibin people used some crazy FFT thing, but I'm pretty sure no one but them actually knows how it worked.)


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Infiziert90/getnative is an open source project licensed under MIT License which is an OSI approved license.