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Old 3rd June 2006, 16:32   #1  |  Link
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How do I clean up VHS captures?

Hey Guys,
im a newbie to video capturing, i have recently bought a DVD recorder and so ive hooked it up to my VHS player so i can capture some old VHS films.
This has gone fine and ive copied the movies onto my PC - now the question i have is
1) Is there anything i can do to clean up the picture quality
2) Is there anything i can do to clean up the audio?

As i say im a newbie so please be gentle wid me.

thanks
Craig

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Hey Guys,
im a newbie to video capturing, i have recently bought a DVD recorder and so ive hooked it up to my VHS player so i can capture some old VHS films.
This has gone fine and ive copied the movies onto my PC - now the question i have is
1) Is there anything i can do to clean up the picture quality
2) Is there anything i can do to clean up the audio?

As i say im a newbie so please be gentle wid me.

thanks
Craig
Yes, thats why we are here but your asking about something that is not that easy to learn. At this point forget about "Avisynth". Start with Virtualdub(Mpeg2) and the right plugins.

If you will e-mail me at www.photorecall.net I will attach them in my reply.

Richard
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Craig, we can help you but you have to help us...by following the forum rules, specifically, rule 9: use a proper thread title. Saying "I have a couple questions" is not a proper thread title. How about "How do I clean up VHS captures?"

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You could read "Capture Guide" at first:
http://forum.doom9.org/showthread.php?t=78797

It says not only about capture, but also how to cleanup some videos using avisynth. But maybe you should follow what rfmmars says, go to VirtualDub.
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