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Old 31 Jan 2004, 09:17 PM   #1
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Default which resize filter for 2d anime and 3d animation?

for these two types of animations:

a) traditional 2d cel anime (e.g. spirited away, castle of cagliostro, etc.)
b) modern 3d cg animation (e.g. finding nemo, bionicle: mask of light, etc.)

how would you rank the following resize filters, from best to worst (assuming everything else the same), for each type above:

1) simple
2) bilinear
3) soft bicubic
4) neutral bicubic
5) sharp bicubic

and how big of a difference between the best and the worst? between the best and the second best?

this kind of knowledge takes a lot of experience, and one person may not have all that much experience. thus, inputs from many people (especially those with experience) would be invaluable. thanks in advance.
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i prefer LANCZOS to all other resizing methods
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Some say bilinear for downsizing and bicubic for upsizing as the standard. Others say the oppisite. I my own tests I can't see any difference.
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