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  1. I recently transferred old vhs tapes (30+ years) to dv. I intend to make a dvd.
    I am using Premiere 6.5. Which tools, effects, additional plug-ins can I use to improve the quality of the original clips (e.g. sharpness, faded colors, ..)
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    temporal 2D cleaner flaXen VHS Noise Reduction Filter for virtualdub http://flaxen.dynip.com/vdf/fxvhs/help.html

    other like it for avsyth

    much better results than anything in premiere..
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  3. I tried this filter, but the resulting AVI comes 10 times larger than the orginal (e.g. 1.4G for 140 Megs). Is it normal ?
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  4. cmangeot, How about the quality?
    It's better than before???
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    Originally Posted by cmangeot
    I tried this filter, but the resulting AVI comes 10 times larger than the orginal (e.g. 1.4G for 140 Megs). Is it normal ?

    A. you should be frame serving it anyway..

    B. it bigger because you didnt set what type of compression you wanted first so it made a uncompressed avi ..
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  6. I cannot tell yet. I am going to cut a sample dvd with original/enhanced and check the difference (cannot see in Premiere)
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  7. Originally Posted by BJ_M

    A. you should be frame serving it anyway..
    Can anyone give me a link on how to successfully frameserve between VirtualDub and TMPGenc?
    What's "taters", precious?
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  8. Thank you very much.
    What's "taters", precious?
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