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Old 26th January 2007, 15:51   #1  |  Link
Bankis
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is this fragment can be better?

I have encoded DVD, but not sure, whether quality could be better - for me, it seems ok, but as I'm learning AVIsynth and encoding, I ain't sure.

I uploaded fragment of video (~3 MB), post your remarks if you'll have

No special processing was done - video was deinterlaced (leakkerneldeint), resized (LanczosResize) and denoised (RemoveGrain mode 2)

http://www.dump.ru/files/4/4526858038/
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Old 26th January 2007, 18:11   #2  |  Link
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It looks okay to me. I don't know much about removegrain, but I assume it is that that is responsible for the rather artificial steadiness of the background - when the camera starts to move before the cut, it's actually a bit jarring because until that point the image has been perfectly steady.

But then, I get the same feeling watching direct feeds from studio cameras into monitors, because I'm more used to relatively grainy transmission pictures.

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