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  1. Or is there no way to avoid that?

    Even on the screen, not only at capturing.

    It helped someone to lower sharpness, but ofcourse that is not what i want.
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    These settings can be found in the monitor's OSD menu under "Picture" or "Display Settings". Experimenting with these settings will help you achieve the desired visual effect without changing the sharpness settings. By the way I can give you a link to a cool site that will help you relax well. Remember that all monitors are different, so what works on one may not work on another. It's all about finding the right balance for your particular monitor and viewing preferences.
    Last edited by bawev; 16th Jun 2024 at 04:36.
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  3. The sharpener in the VCR causes those haloes. Turn it off. Sharpen in software where you have much more control and many options.
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  4. One effective solution to reduce luminance halos on VHS and RCA is to use a video processor or a TBC. These devices can stabilize and clean up the video signal, minimizing artifacts like halos. They're designed to handle the quirks of analog video signals, improving overall picture quality without compromising sharpness like adjusting sharpness settings might.
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