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  1. I am trying to remove a credit roll that plays over footage at the end of a TV series. The text is white with a black shadow and every ending credit roll is unique, but played over the same footage. Is there any way to restore just the footage portions and ignore the text?

    I laid two credit sequences over each other with the blending mode set to Lighten and it does a fair job of removing the white text, however the shadow is more difficult.

    Here is an example:
    https://www.dropbox.com/s/eomgfatj4g0rop7/credits-s.mp4?dl=0

    and here are 4 different credit rolls:
    https://www.dropbox.com/sh/16wkmy10jdes56f/AAAgaaXrp6xHpEErHQtmVA59a?dl=0

    I have seen restoration methods that use multiple passes from the same video to restore detail and was wondering if something similar could be applied to this.
    Last edited by bmick23; 31st Jul 2016 at 13:00. Reason: added dropbox folder
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  2. You might be able to get a median filter to work if you have enough sources. But your sources all have different levels, framing, and zoom making it much harder.

    https://forum.videohelp.com/threads/362361-Median()-plugin-for-Avisynth
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