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Old 30th March 2019, 03:46   #19  |  Link
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Originally Posted by johnmeyer View Post
Actually I did, but if I missed them, why don't you provide a link?
Offhand, from what I can readily recall on short notice, from here and elsewhere:
https://forum.videohelp.com/threads/...e2#post2329439, continued here: https://forum.videohelp.com/threads/...e2#post2329583

I don't post that often these days. I usually figure out solutions for my own work by searching and reading posts by people who know what they're doing. People such as you, on a few occasions. Unlike you, I don't post my unfounded opinions on things I have no experience with.

Video cleanup is being supplanted by the "conversion" craze, whereby decent digital video originals are screwed up (aka "reformatted", "upsampled", etc. ) to look like the bad VHS of yesteryear played on cheap Vizio tv's and YooToob. Doesn't interest me. Or, to take a modern example, bad analog-to-DV caps that aren't cleaned up at all. What do I learn from that? How not to work with video. Learning what not to do is a valuable tool.

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