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Anonymous
July 19, 2005 2:17:09 AM

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Whoever is converting LDs to DVDs via Tuner card and using AVISynth filters,
I got a question...

What noise reduction to use? The one that found on LD player internally
(just output with noise reduction)... Or output without noise reduction
and use avisynth to clean the noise?

--Leonid

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Anonymous
July 19, 2005 11:23:05 AM

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On 18 Jul 2005 22:17:09 GMT, Leonid Makarovsky <venom@csa3.bu.edu>
wrote:

>Whoever is converting LDs to DVDs via Tuner card and using AVISynth filters,
>I got a question...
>
>What noise reduction to use? The one that found on LD player internally
>(just output with noise reduction)... Or output without noise reduction
>and use avisynth to clean the noise?
>
>--Leonid


I output without noise reduction and then use the AVIsynth external
filter Dust, which does a really nice job of cleanup while preserving
sharpness.
<http://www.avisynth.org/warpenterprises/files/dust_20_d...;

.. Steve ..
Anonymous
July 19, 2005 6:01:31 PM

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On 18 Jul 2005 22:17:09 GMT, Leonid Makarovsky <venom@csa3.bu.edu>
wrote:

>Whoever is converting LDs to DVDs via Tuner card and using AVISynth filters,
>I got a question...
>
>What noise reduction to use? The one that found on LD player internally
>(just output with noise reduction)... Or output without noise reduction
>and use avisynth to clean the noise?

I say use AviSynth: a noise filter there is selectable, tunable, and
reversible.
Anonymous
July 19, 2005 7:25:48 PM

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"Steve(JazzHunter)" <jazzhunterNotHere@internet.com> wrote:
: I output without noise reduction and then use the AVIsynth external
: filter Dust, which does a really nice job of cleanup while preserving
: sharpness.
: <http://www.avisynth.org/warpenterprises/files/dust_20_d...;

For VHS I use PixieDust(limit = 4), followed by fft3dfilter(sigma = 1,
bt = 3) and LimitedSharpen with default parameters. The end result doesn't
have VHS look. It has DVD look.

With LD, I was going to use DegrainMedian filter to remove grains.

And then I was debating whether I should use my VHS noise reduction filters
or output with NR and just use LimitedSharpen (after degrain).

Thanks for feedback.

--Leonid
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