I've had some home videos that have been captured via an external company a couple of years ago. I am just getting around to restoration now, still a beginner and learning. Some videos have an issue with the hue, which appears to shift to a green predominance every alternative frame. This is consistent throughout the entire file. I don't have any method to recapture at the present time, so are there any filtering techniques that can be used?
I have access to all the Adobe Suite (for colouring old photographs, usually), so is there any effects options in After Effects or Premiere Pro that may be able to remedy this? I have attached a very small clip segment from the video in question.
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Thank you, all!
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Last edited by ColourMyPast; 21st May 2020 at 02:16.
He has posted the sample jagabo.
from what i can see every other frame has a hue shift
my quick (lazy) solution
U = UToY().ttempsmooth(maxr=1,lthresh=150, strength=1)
LoadVirtualDubPlugin("C:\Program Files (x86)\Virtualdub\plugins32\ccd_sse2.vdf", "CCD", 0)
CCD(10,1) # 0 to 100 Default =30
############ ANALYSE ###################
I see. The google link starts with "photo" so I though it was only the images. Here I removed the duplicate frames and made the green frames look about like the others:
LWLibavVideoSource("Abb1_1.mp4") Trim(0,143) SelectEvery(6, 0,1,2,4,5) e = SelectEven() o = SelectOdd().ColorYUV(off_u=16, off_v=8).ColorYUV(cont_u=-50, cont_v=-50) Interleave(e,o)
In the future the OP should post the original video, not deinterlaced and frame rate converted video.