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  1. I use Sony Vegas 7 to edit the footage recorded with a DVD camcorder, and there are a few scenes filmed in low light that have alot of video noise.

    But I can't set the denoise filter to "medium" in MeGUI, just for those few clips with alot of noise, because most of the video has minimum noise.

    The only solution I can think of, is to apply some sort of noise reduction in Vegas, before exporting and encoding with MeGUI. But I don't know how to do this. Or is there a better solution ?
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  2. denoise the relevant sections before importing into vegas

    or apply filter selectively (e.g. use trim() to divide up, or applyrange)
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    Originally Posted by codemaster View Post
    The only solution I can think of, is to apply some sort of noise reduction in Vegas, before exporting and encoding with MeGUI. But I don't know how to do this. Or is there a better solution ?
    In Vegas, you can try adjusting gamma in "Secondary Color Corrector". Often times, low light or dark shots need a gamma adjustment anyway, even if the noise is minimal.
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