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  1. Sorry but I don't know wich is the right english term



    I mean those short little white lines from a VHS tape.

    I need a method for Avisynth to feed CCE !

    Nik
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    These are 'dropouts' due to the deterioration of the binder/tape.
    I have had some success with 'DeScratch' for AviSynth.
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  3. thanks, I'll try'em both !

    Nik
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    Don't expect miracles, and be prepated for trade-offs (good parts of the image getting filtered to death).
    Want my help? Ask here! (not via PM!)
    FAQs: Best Blank DiscsBest TBCsBest VCRs for captureRestore VHS
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