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  1. Member Bulldog57's Avatar
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    hi help please this old man


    i have some videos that a friend gave me back in 1995

    of a old tv show that was filmed in queensland, australia

    timetrax thay are in .avi format that need to be clean up a bit

    i think he got them of the net,thay look like thay were

    recored on to vhs tape and then captured to pc as .avi

    i have VirtualdubMOD and Avisynth used them a littel bit

    a loug time a go.

    can some one rite me a Avisynth scripts

    show me how so can clean then buy about 50%

    i can not find them on dvd

    i have up loaderd 3 short videos

    vid 1
    HTML Code:
    http://www.mediafire.com/?g58welyf9p3ibii
    vid 2
    HTML Code:
    http://www.mediafire.com/?k21vwmpw4g524a5
    vid 3
    HTML Code:
    http://www.mediafire.com/?zm9917kdpxfrk3l
    thanks for any help.

    sys info

    Microsoft Windows XP Professional
    S Pack 3 Build 2600 x86
    cpu Core2Duo E8400 3 gig
    ram 2 gig
    video card NVIDIA GeForce 9800 GT
    Realtek High Definition Audio
    PIONEER DVD-RW DVR-111D
    hard drives 160 gig + 1 gig
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    sanlyn

    sorry i have 2 harddrives 1st is 160 gb the 2hd is 1tb and i got a 2tb coming this week

    and i put roung date i got videos it was about 2009 sorry man

    if it can be done with 3 scripts good

    if you think its not worth doing it ok

    thanks for reply
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    Since i can see noise patterns i say neat video will be your best friend for the next few days.
    I just tried it, if you filter more on the high freqs (where noise is more apparent on the vid1 sample) and none or very low for the mid /low freqs, that should do it.

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    ok will give neat video a try see how we go cheers for all the help from sanlyn and TheMaster1
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    Is this it? http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0106154/

    and if it is then maybe this is the solution

    http://www.dvdbye.com/product_info.php?products_id=37

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    my mate got a set of dvd from them in 2011 he said there vhsrips put on dvd cheers
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  9. Originally Posted by Bulldog57 View Post
    my mate got a set of dvd from them in 2011 he said there vhsrips put on dvd cheers
    Still way better than what you have.
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    neat video is working and im geting back ups of his DVDs cheers
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    Originally Posted by manono View Post
    Originally Posted by Bulldog57 View Post
    my mate got a set of dvd from them in 2011 he said there vhsrips put on dvd cheers
    Still way better than what you have.
    Not necessarily - it could be the source for what he has. 352x240 is a VCD resolution, so legal on DVD too - though a strange choice for a PAL series (usually 352x288). But look at the tiny screen cap on that page - even at 188x131 you can see horrible VHS artefacts!

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  12. Originally Posted by 2Bdecided View Post
    Not necessarily - it could be the source for what he has. 352x240 is a VCD resolution, so legal on DVD too - though a strange choice for a PAL series (usually 352x288). But look at the tiny screen cap on that page - even at 188x131 you can see horrible VHS artefacts!
    Although stranger things have happened, I suppose, I myself have yet to see a retail DVD at VCD resolution. So I was going by the resolution, yes, but also by the fact that what he has has already been deinterlaced. Maybe that was done to the retail DVDs as well. My suggestion is that the OP go get them from his 'mate'. At least then they won't have been further degraded by having been reencoded to h.264 video at too low of a bitrate.
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    Take a close look at the website though. This isn't a proper retail DVD IMO. But yes, hopefully it's full res - or at least half res, rather than VCD!

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