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Hello!

I just posted over at VideoHelp and thought I would try here too.

To make a long story short, I have literally thousands of old VHS cassettes, mostly consisting of NBA Basketball games from the 1990's. After reading a lot from others on here, I think I've got the quality to a decent level (see sample), but I'm wondering if anyone could advise as to potential improvements?

Btw, I use an AG-1980 VCR + TBC and capture in VirtualDub.

The only real processing for this clip was the following:

ColorYuv (video, autogain=true)
QTGMC(video,Preset="Placebo", SourceMatch=3, Lossless=1, NoiseProcess=1, NoiseRestore=0.0, Denoiser="dfttest", DenoiseMC=true, NoiseTR=2, Sigma=4.0)

Anyway, let me know what you guys think - thank you!


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