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Old 8th June 2023, 11:33   #1  |  Link
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Need help with vertical lines (kinda noise?)

Hey there.
I was stucked at some kinda vertical noise-lines on old dvd movie.
I tried DeFreq but can't solve the problem.
Anybody knows how to deal with it?

Thanks in advance
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Hey there.
I was stucked at some kinda vertical noise-lines on old dvd movie.
I tried DeFreq but can't solve the problem.
Anybody knows how to deal with it?

Thanks in advance
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You might want to:
a. upload your image somewhere else and link to it here (approval of attachments can take ages)
b. upload a short unprocessed sample of the source somewhere and link to it here (folks can give you better help, especially if there is any sort of motion related to the issue)

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