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    Hi all,

    I am just getting into all of this video filtering malarkey and just trying to get to know all the terms and methods.
    I have a question about noise reduction, is there ever too much noise reduction that can be applied? And what are the consequences of that?
    I have a video capture from VHS to which I applied a noise filter with the setting cranked right up, which does improve the quality a lot but I'm thinking surely there is a downside to this.

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    Absolutely, the more you crank it up the more real deatils you remove. This produces a plastic or softening effect.
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    Have a look at this thread for various techniques. With most clean up tools, moderation is the key.

    https://forum.videohelp.com/topic309181.html
    Read my blog here.
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    Thanks for the info/link. That was an interesting read.
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