(To The Moderator: I posted this here, but I'm sorry and please move it to the proper forum if I'm wrong)
Hello, and thank you in advance for any help. I've quite a few Blu Ray rips that suffer from moderate to severe video noise. From all I've read I think it's grain (it's as if the video image is covered by a fine layer of white-gray dust that's usually much more noticeable on solid-colored backrounds, especially dark ones). I've attached some images below. I downloaded and used Neat Video's free demo (on my own test piece, not theirs) and was very impressed by the results; however, the pro version (required for 1080p video) costs almost a hundred dollars and is verrrrrrry slooooooow. I was thinking that I could run the videos through VirtualDub, saving them in lossless x264, then recompress them using Simple x264 Launcher, but I'm not sure which plugin(s)-filter(s) would be best. I'm also familiar with MeGUI but very poorly educated regarding AviSynth, although I'm still capable of learning new tricks . Given the attachments' noise, could someone please recommend (a) (preferably free) VirtualDub plugin(s)-filters(s) to help improve my videos? Thanks again, I appreciate it.
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