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Filtering VHS video

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Alex SalernoFiltering VHS video
by on Jan 11, 2003 at 5:06:01 am

Can some one suggest a method for filtering out the typical noise of a VHS video source?
Do the major players (FCP, AP, AAE) have this ability? Canned effect?

Thanks for your replies.
Alex


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Marco SolorioRe: Filtering VHS video
by on Jan 11, 2003 at 8:16:30 am

Well, there is a VHS filter option in the Ignition Control Panel. Did you try that?

Marco Solorio | OneRiver Media


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Alex SalernoRe: Filtering VHS video
by on Jan 11, 2003 at 5:19:23 pm

Exactly where is this option located? I am currently using the new 5.0 OSX driver.

I looked through the Ignition preferences and read the (now old) manual but still cannot find it.

Thanks for the reply.
Alex


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David BattistellaRe: Filtering VHS video
by on Jan 12, 2003 at 12:32:05 am

Alex,

Ingnition Pane:
Advanced Settings

There is a checkbox that says composite filter enabled.

I am assuming you would digitize regularly and enable this when you output the timeline. Sometimes apllying a 1 pixle blur to the VHS shots and use the 3 way cc to reduce a bit of the chroma noise.

David


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