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  1. I've been messing around trying to restore this pokemon episode alittle bit.
    I know the color of the whole episode needs adjustments and to remove the noise and deinterlace it.
    Is their anything else that I need to do to make this much more better looking?

    At the moment been playing around with this episode in adobe premiere cs6 and virtualdub.
    What are the best filters for this to get a better video of this episode.
    Thanks alot for you help. Here's the untouched file
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  2. You don't deinterlace, you IVTC. And you might want to get rid of that crap at all the scene changes.

    What's your intended goal? A better quality DVD, an MKV, what?

    TFM()
    TDecimate(Mode=1)
    Crop(4,0,-12,0)
    LanczosResize(640,Height)
    A=Last
    Prev = A.selectevery(1,-1)
    Next = A.selectevery(1,1)
    SCclean = A.SCSelect(next,prev,A,dfactor=2.0) # 2.0 ~ 5.0
    SCclean


    There's an MP4 sample linked below that fixes the two things I mentioned. Someone else can help with the rest:
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    Last edited by manono; 12th Jan 2014 at 02:17.
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  3. Just to have a higher quality version for my collection.
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  4. Originally Posted by manono View Post
    A=Last
    Prev = A.selectevery(1,-1)
    Next = A.selectevery(1,1)
    SCclean = A.SCSelect(next,prev,A,dfactor=2.0) # 2.0 ~ 5.0
    SCclean
    Cool, I didn't know you could do that to remove frames with glitches. I noticed though that it "lost" a bunch of frames around frames 460-490 of the clip.

    angelroj7, you could reduce that whole sequence down to one line:

    Code:
     SCSelect(selectevery(1,1),selectevery(1,-1),last,dfactor=2.0) # 2.0 ~ 5.0
    Last edited by jagabo; 12th Jan 2014 at 09:14.
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  5. How about this?
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  6. Originally Posted by jagabo View Post
    Cool, I didn't know you could do that to remove frames with glitches.
    A little something from the fertile mind of Didée at Doom9.
    I noticed though that it "lost" a bunch of frames around frames 460-490 of the clip.
    Yeah, you're right. I hadn't checked it that far ahead. Adjusting the DFactor to 4.0 seems to fix most of it.
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  7. Yes, at DFactor=4 it doesn't lose as many frames. At 5 it lost even less but then it let a few bad frames through. 4 is probably the better compromise.
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