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03-25-2003, 05:37 PM
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a lot of you may laugh, reading this question, but im serious!

i often read the "reducing noise with blockbuster" etc, but i do not really understand its meaning. i come from germany and literally translated it would have something to do with audio, not with video.

could someone give me a short definition?
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Blockbuster is as the name tells for reducing blocks in videos. This has something to do with the video encoders.
Noise is the dust like "pixels" in the video.

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Noise: Rauschen.
Bei alten Filmen und vorallem VHS-Aufnahmen gut sichtbar.
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