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    Are there any filters (hardware or software) that can lessen this problem? I can post a screencap in a little while if anyone's unsure of what I'm talking about.

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    Yes, a screen cap would be helpful, also what codec format is it in?
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    Originally Posted by redwudz
    Yes, a screen cap would be helpful, also what codec format is it in?
    Screencap will be up in about 90 minutes, and it's in MPEG-2 (yes, I know, but I'm curious if anything can help w/ the specific problem).
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    Sorry that took so long...









    It's more pravalent in motion, I'll try to get a short M2V posted tomorrow.
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    Sorry, I don't think there is any cure for that. If you were able to filter the original video signal before it was captured, maybe. I can't think of any filters that would improve it after you have it on disc.

    I'll assume those lines are rolling down the screen. or moving. That's RF interference, not really a video problem, more of a reception problem.

    You could convert the video to AVI. DV might be a good choice. You can convert to DV with VirtualDub Mod, using the Panasonic DV codec. Then try some filters.

    Filters can be found at: http://neuron2.net/other.html. If you want to experiment, go ahead.
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    Try the DeFreq filter with avisynth:
    http://avisynth.org.ru/defreq/defreq.html
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