Re: how to repair drop outs in digital video

From: Marcos Ortega (email suppressed)
Date: Wed Oct 11 2006 - 09:44:08 PDT

VirutalDub has some nice filters too. You can check them out here

I think you should check these:

BTW, Oriol, I really liked your "Copy scream" :-)



Quoting Philip Hood <email suppressed>:

> hi, I've been pushing the wonders of the "free"
> software suite "avisnyth" on this list, for more
> than a minute. there's is a plug-in called "descratch"
> that might be able to deal w/ this. here's a link
> and a description:
> This plugin removes vertical scratches from films. Also it can be used
> for removing of horizontal noise lines such as drop-outs from analog
> VHS captures (after image rotation).
> -ml
> pth
> On Wed, 11 Oct 2006, Andreas Wideroe Andersen wrote:
>> Did you use a TBC (timebase corrector) during the transfer? This
>> may help and is what the industry uses.
>> Regards,
>> Andreas W. Andersen
>> ---
>> At 16:06 11.10.2006, you wrote:
>>> We have transfered NTSC Umatic video to digital DVCAM, since the
>>> material is very old there is a certain amount of drop out (small
>>> points ans small lines where there is no information, they are
>>> completely white.
>>> Does anyone know how to solve it? Is there any software that can
>>> effectively do this repair? (withou loosing quality)
>>> We have found a program called RE: FILL but we are not sure if it
>>> can do it.
>>> Thank you
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