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    I want improve on video Like this

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    I want to change levels colors sharpen with megui
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  2. Aside from the fact the original video may be a little noisy (it's hard to tell from a still image) there's absolutely nothing about the second image which makes it look better than the first one to me.

    The noise filtering has removed fine detail, it looks as though it was converted from a HD source without correcting the colors so they're a little "off" (hence the red face) and the shiny edges of the shirt.... where do you get a shirt like that? Each to their own, I guess......
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    Yeah,some of the fine detail is missing plus the red hue is altered a tad.
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    How to minimize this Like second picture
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  5. Originally Posted by mmkk View Post
    How to minimize this Like second picture
    Apply temporal and spacial noise reduction filters. But as other have pointed out, you will lose some detail along with the noise.
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    How I do this . script or options megui?
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  7. How familiar are you with using Avisynth? ie adding stuff to MeGUI's scripts "manually"?

    If you can follow the link in this post and put the plugins from the dither package in your Avisynth plugins folder (assuming you have Avisynth installed otherwise you'll need to load them in each script) and copy and paste the sample script into your own, it's not too bad for reducing light to medium noise. Someone else may have a better suggestion.

    MeGUI has noise removal filters you can enable, but none of them are overly special. If I was going to use any of them (and I do occasionally) it be the "medium noise" option, which adds fluxsmoothST() to the script for noise removal. I doesn't remove "heavy noise" but it'll reduce light to medium noise a bit. Any noise removal, no matter how clever the filter, is some form of compromise between removing noise and blurring fine detail (hence the guy's face looking "smoother" in your second screenshot).

    If you have the time and patience to make it work, Temporal Degrain is pretty good at noise removal although it generally removes a bit too much for my taste using it's default settings (ie it blurs a bit too much). However you can increase/decrease it's de-noising strength to suite the video. It's very, very slow though. The price you generally pay for quality.....
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    How familiar are you with using Avisynth? ie adding stuff to MeGUI's scripts "manually"?
    I am a newbie and not good at using Avisynth

    If you can follow the link in this post and put the plugins from the dither package in your Avisynth plugins folder (assuming you have Avisynth installed otherwise you'll need to load them in each script) and copy and paste the sample script into your own, it's not too bad for reducing light to medium noise. Someone else may have a better suggestion.

    MeGUI has noise removal filters you can enable, but none of them are overly special. If I was going to use any of them (and I do occasionally) it be the "medium noise" option, which adds fluxsmoothST() to the script for noise removal. I doesn't remove "heavy noise" but it'll reduce light to medium noise a bit. Any noise removal, no matter how clever the filter, is some form of compromise between removing noise and blurring fine detail (hence the guy's face looking "smoother" in your second screenshot).

    If you have the time and patience to make it work, Temporal Degrain is pretty good at noise removal although it generally removes a bit too much for my taste using it's default settings (ie it blurs a bit too much). However you can increase/decrease it's de-noising strength to suite the video. It's very, very slow though. The price you generally pay for quality
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