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I captured footage from a JVC vhs tape. I capped with the ATI usb 600 and virtualdub without filters. My vcr was the JVC SR-V101US (TBC built-in). I saved it as an .avi lagarith yuy2. This is a sample. Please give me some advice on what filter chain and workflow I could use to improve this file. I prefer virtualdub but I'm not afraid of avisynth as long as I can find the plugins. I want to eventually burn a dvd. Thanks


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