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Old 17th October 2016, 08:03   #1  |  Link
matrixtj
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Chroma Flare Removal

Hi Everyone

I'm trying to get rid of unusual chroma problems from a 34 year old video tape. Every second or two (perhaps more sometimes) the colors seems to flare at the entire frame and in most cases, most of the colors behind the flares are lost. I use Cnr2 to somehow reduce the flare quite a bit but still the flare is present. When the frame is converted to grey scale, the flares are gone (as well as the colors). I'm also not sure how to bring back the colors to the frame after the flares are gone. Another solution I though of was to use both Cnr2 and Ccd to more effectively reduce the flare, but I loose more of the original colors that's left due to colorspace conversion. Sadly, I tried to re-record the video tape with a TBC, but after the first recording, the tape quickly deteriorated. The video tape also has some other artifacts such as dot crawl and color flickering. Here's a short clip of a show intro.

https://youtu.be/fchXm1qddSQ
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