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    This episode is affected by some serious dot crawl.

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    Using QTGMC's EZDenoise, TComb, and checkmate in combination I managed to get it to look like this:

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    But is there a more efficient way, or one that might produce a better result?
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    I capture laserdiscs which is composite so I've been using a 3d comb filter in the chain. If I don't have either a 2d or 3d comb filter I get dot crawl. Are you saying I can eliminate the comb filter and just use EZDenoise, TComb, and checkmate?

    Your post results look as good as if you did have a 3d comb filter in your chain.
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    Originally Posted by clashradio View Post
    Are you saying I can eliminate the comb filter and just use EZDenoise, TComb, and checkmate?
    Maybe? I mean you can give it a shot.

    Code:
    SetFilterMTMode("QTGMC", 3)
    QTGMC(FPSDivisor=2,Preset="Slower",EZDenoise=10.5, NoisePreset="Slower")
    SetFilterMTMode("DEFAULT_MT_MODE", 3)
    TComb(mode=0, fthreshL=20, othreshL=255)
    checkmate(thr=12, max=12, tthr2=10)
    That's what I used to clean up as much noise as possible before adding a sharpening filter.
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    Thanks for your script I'll try that. Sorry I couldn't help with your original question. I don't know of any other way to produce better results other than using a comb filter.
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  5. Try this:

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    Santiag(nns=4)
    TurnRight().Santiag(nns=4).TurnLeft()
    Santiag(nns=4)
    TurnRight().Santiag(nns=4).TurnLeft()
    TemporalDegrain(sigma=4) # or some other 3d NR filter
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    Follow up with your sharpening and any other cleanup.
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    Originally Posted by jagabo View Post
    Try this:

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    Santiag(nns=4)
    TurnRight().Santiag(nns=4).TurnLeft()
    Santiag(nns=4)
    TurnRight().Santiag(nns=4).TurnLeft()
    TemporalDegrain(sigma=4) # or some other 3d NR filter
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    Follow up with your sharpening and any other cleanup.
    Oh wow that's great, thank you very much!
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  7. This is about the same but maybe faster:

    Code:
    Santiag(strh=2, strv=2, nns=4)
    FlipVertical().Santiag(strh=2, strv=2, nns=4).FlipVertical()
    TemporalDegrain(sigma=4) # or some other 3d NR filter
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