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guada 2
10th February 2006, 17:51
Hello to all,


I would like to know what script allows to correct or to remove completely blur (or fuzzy) of a video taken with a DV video camera.

Because, i am not very satisfied of the result to Tsp:
http://forum.doom9.org/showthread.php?s=&threadid=83883&pagenumber=2

:thanks:

communist
10th February 2006, 17:59
Please explain what you mean with fuzzy / blurry. Post a screenshot / sample.
A Median filter certainly wont help with a blurry source - or why did you link to that thread?

rfmmars
10th February 2006, 18:01
Hello to all,


I would like to know what script allows to correct or to remove completely blur (or fuzzy) of a video taken with a DV video camera.

Because, i am not very satisfied of the result to Tsp:
http://forum.doom9.org/showthread.php?s=&threadid=83883&pagenumber=2

:thanks:

We need to see the clip! However look at SeeSaw for ideas.

Richard

guada 2
10th February 2006, 23:29
rfmmars & communist,

Currently, I don't have an example.
But this could inform you on my problem

At the time of the feasts of Christmas, I had record a small DV movie in a dark room: lack of lighting..
The picture was very fuzzy. I didn't do anything to remedy it, and I encoded it in m2v with CCE 2.70 pro "to catch up" the cleanness.

I ask you this question, because I am going to achieve this operation again.

@communist

"Blur and fuzzy" means for me "flou, absence de clarté" in French because it is the significance of the dictionary.
My first language is French. now you understand myself.

@rfmmars & communist,
Could you help me to find a parade. :thanks:

Didée
11th February 2006, 00:21
A Median filter certainly wont help with a blurry source
How sure are you of that? :)

Despite doing a different operation, a median filter lowers the signal's amplitude just like a blur filter does. Inverting a blur filter makes a sharpening filter, so inverting a median filter makes ... what?