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Digitally remastering film

Discussion in 'Camcorders, Action Cams & Video Making Forum' started by Cliff, Aug 4, 2003.

  1. Cliff

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    Does anyone know of a program that can clean up film. I used to be quite a movie enthusiast and have many super 8 films shot at 18fps and 24fps. I see many commercial films being remastered - can this be done at home?
    My transfer process at present uses a DC10plus card. I use studio 7 or Premier, Avisynth and TMPGE and have burnt SVCDs. I will eventually buy a DVD writer and burn some disks.
    Any thoughts?
     
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    I beleive some of the filters in TMPGenc can help clean up footage, but they're a mystery to me so I can't advise which. Maybe play around with them on a short clip
     
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    You have Premiere, have a look at some of the plug-ins you can get for that. Of course you realise cleaning up the film is likely to be a frame by frame job that would take 100s of hours of manually painting out the dirt etc.
     
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    Actually I wasn't intending on cleaning up frame by frame. But colours tend to change over the years and the picture could do with a little bit of sharpening up. So I was looking for the "broad brush" approach!
     

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