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  1. To access the "AV-in NR" selection for my Pana DMR-EH50, I have to press the DISPLAY/B key on the Remote. Then it's in the Video Tab.
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  2. Originally Posted by Skiller View Post
    Originally Posted by TONYFRANCE View Post
    About "AV-in NR", I don't see it. I attached a picture of this menu, it's all grey.
    Is AV-in NR not located in the Video/Picture tab for you?

    It looks like this on my DMR-EH 575 (sorry it's German):
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    Edit: OK, I just realized you probably cannot access the upper tabs in this menu.
    Try what happens if there is a signal in the background, or try playing a DVD, that might unlock it.



    Originally Posted by TONYFRANCE View Post
    No I can't set the ES10 to SECAM : it's PAL or NTSC.
    What happens if you set it to PAL and then input SECAM from your VCR?
    I played a dvd, the setting by default is OFF.

    If I use a SECAM tape in the VCR, the dvd player is set on PAL. I have colors. It's almost perfect.
    But I have a kind of "grey" smoke/filter on the picture so I need to use a filter to correct it.
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    Originally Posted by TONYFRANCE View Post
    I played a dvd, the setting by default is OFF.
    Oh well, that is a different setting (I did not even know it exists). It is only for playback of DVDs.
    So it seems, for some reason, there really must an input signal present to be able to access this menu (no gray background). The input signal noise reduction setting is definitely called "AV-in NR".


    Originally Posted by TONYFRANCE View Post
    If I use a SECAM tape in the VCR, the dvd player is set on PAL. I have colors.
    That means the Panasonic auto detects SECAM which is great.


    Originally Posted by TONYFRANCE View Post
    But I have a kind of "grey" smoke/filter on the picture so I need to use a filter to correct it.
    Levels correction is not a big issue, in my experience pretty much all captures need at least minor adjustments.
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