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Sergeiv 04-07-2003 01:31 PM

Avisynth: Optimal Avs script for analog capture?
 
Things happen too fast here!

By some factors I couldn´t came as frequently as I would liked, so thing have changed a lot, congrats for this excellent forum... I would like to know what is the most recent optimal script for analog TV captures.. Thanks in advance ;)

kwag 04-07-2003 01:33 PM

It's posted right here Sergeiv: http://www.kvcd.net/forum/viewtopic.php?t=3483

-kwag

Sergeiv 04-07-2003 05:10 PM

Thanks!
 
:D Thanks kwag, Without a doubt, this is the video related site with the best support in the whole world ;)

MrTibs 04-10-2003 01:55 PM

If you are doing VHS captures, you may want to use the VHSFixOversharp filter. I realize that this is a sameless plug but if it didn't work, I wouldn't use it and I certainly wouldn't post it.

Boulder 04-10-2003 01:56 PM

And CNR2 should not be forgotten when dealing with analog sources :wink:

jamesp 04-10-2003 05:34 PM

[quote="Boulder"]And CNR2 should not be forgotten when dealing with analog sources :wink:[/quote

Boulder,

What other Filters do you use with CRN2 :?:

Jim

Boulder 04-11-2003 04:27 AM

The same as always, mostly TemporalCleaner at its default values. I find Space/Pixie/Faerydust way too slow. I'm waiting for AngelDust to appear :lol:

CNR2 removes a lot of chroma noise, especially with VHS captures, and its very fast.


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