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  1. Member TeNSoR's Avatar
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    Hello, everybody!

    I have DVD full of yellow stains, I tried "MCTemporalDenoise()" and did a very awesome job in preview encoding, but I found it so slow and gave me about "1-2 fps" in the encoder, Is there is any other solution to get rid from these stains or at least decrease it? Here is the sample :

    Thanks in advance!
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    Sounds like your cat peed on it. I would use a detergent, with oxy-clean and an enzyme-based bio-cleaner.

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    Originally Posted by Cornucopia View Post
    Sounds like your cat peed on it. I would use a detergent, with oxy-clean and an enzyme-based bio-cleaner.

    Scott
    hahaha, nice one ), very funny. away from peeing, Can you tell another way instead of these chemicals, Thanks!
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    You do want a temporal or spatio-temporal denoiser. It could be your choice happened to be your best option. I wouldn't sweat the slow processing FPS. Just be glad it works as hoped.

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    Originally Posted by Cornucopia View Post
    You do want a temporal or spatio-temporal denoiser. It could be your choice happened to be your best option. I wouldn't sweat the slow processing FPS. Just be glad it works as hoped.

    Scott
    Thank you, friend
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