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Old 13th December 2008, 09:36   #1  |  Link
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which avs filter to remove such noise effectively ?

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Please post a short (5 - 10 second) sample please. An image is less useful than a video clip to help you here.
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Seeing the high amount of noise, I think you'll need something as strong as TemporalDegrain to prevent detail loss while doing aggressive filtering. As Sagekilla pointed out, a video sample is mandatory.
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