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  1. Hello,
    i found logotools in this thread : https://forum.videohelp.com/threads/370088-How-to-Remove-Channel-Logo-with-Avisynth

    (Here's a quick job using LogoTools. A better job can be done with the fine tuning scripts below the quick 'automatic' job I did. Those other scripts have nothing to do with your video, but are settings I used on other videos with logos. And you can also smooth out the noise you might see remaining in other parts of the video. It's explained in the included Doc. The '150' is the frame number used for the mask. I'll enclose the mask as well. The idea is to find the logo somewhere with black all around it (which you provided).)

    How do i create the logo.bmp ? How do i get the frame number, like in the example the 150

    NoLogoAuto(A,B,150)

    Now i got this logo.bmp :

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    How do I get the logo frame number? How do i have to write the script in AvsPmod ?
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    Usually the filter requires a monochrome (black & white) or grayscale bitmap, in the same size of the video, where the black is the stuff that should be kept, and the white is the stuff that should be removed. To create the mask-image you skip to a frame, where the logo is clearly displayed on a black background, press print screnn (or whatever) and then paste the image into an image editor. Here you crop the image to only contain the video frame with the logo and then you monochrome (or grayscale) it to make the logo all white. Now it should be ready for use
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  3. Unless your logo is translucent or 'see-through', you'll need a different logo remover. I can't tell from just the picture whether it is or not. And, as TorBru mentioned, it has to be greyscaled. It looks to me like the logo has some red (?) in it.

    How do I get the logo frame number?
    You open your script in VDub and find the frame from which you took your BMP.

    How do i have to write the script in AvsPmod ?
    The thread to which you linked showed how to write it in a script. And, as VideoFanatic discovered himself, using that simplified version doesn't often give the best results. You will most likely have to use the full NoLogoM and not NoLogoAuto. But you'll never know until you try.
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  4. Originally Posted by TorBru View Post
    Usually the filter requires a monochrome (black & white) or grayscale bitmap, in the same size of the video, where the black is the stuff that should be kept, and the white is the stuff that should be removed. To create the mask-image you skip to a frame, where the logo is clearly displayed on a black background, press print screnn (or whatever) and then paste the image into an image editor. Here you crop the image to only contain the video frame with the logo and then you monochrome (or grayscale) it to make the logo all white. Now it should be ready for use
    can you give me an example pitcture pls ?
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  5. Originally Posted by manono View Post
    Unless your logo is translucent or 'see-through', you'll need a different logo remover. I can't tell from just the picture whether it is or not. And, as TorBru mentioned, it has to be greyscaled. It looks to me like the logo has some red (?) in it.

    How do I get the logo frame number?
    You open your script in VDub and find the frame from which you took your BMP.

    How do i have to write the script in AvsPmod ?
    The thread to which you linked showed how to write it in a script. And, as VideoFanatic discovered himself, using that simplified version doesn't often give the best results. You will most likely have to use the full NoLogoM and not NoLogoAuto. But you'll never know until you try.
    where do i see the frame number in vdub ?

    its ok - i use the logoaway filter for virtualdub with gui - thatīs ok for me and easy too
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