Denoisers, do they work?

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Thanks for all your reply postings. I'm sure of only one
thing, denoising is not meant for me :)
The concept of "plug-ins" and programs they might work
with is a little too much for my knowledge.

Do I have to spend $$$s to buy software just
to make a free plug-in work? Perhaps my 70 year old brain
just isn't up to learning anything as complex as the
topic I started with my original posting.

I have limited myself to careful use of contrast and
brightness controls prior to converting to MP2 files, this
made sufficient improvement to the final DVDs.

Wenn I find an affordable stand-alone program with denoise
facility I shall try again.


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Dietmar Haltermann wrote:

> Thanks for all your reply postings. I'm sure of only one
> thing, denoising is not meant for me :)
> The concept of "plug-ins" and programs they might work
> with is a little too much for my knowledge.
>
> Do I have to spend $$$s to buy software just
> to make a free plug-in work? Perhaps my 70 year old brain
> just isn't up to learning anything as complex as the
> topic I started with my original posting.

I thought that pretty much everything was covered quite clearly in the
first thread. VirtualDub, Frameserving, the plugins to use...

If you want to pay for your noise reduction plugins for your program of
choice, I'm sure you can do that. I prefer the virtualdub route
because it's free. And the results are amazing. (I wouldn't consider
making a DVD without it)


-WD
 
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On Thu, 8 Jul 2004 10:25:32 +0000, Dietmar Haltermann
<maxh@pipeline.com.au> wrote:

>Do I have to spend $$$s to buy software just
>to make a free plug-in work?

VirtualDub is free, and its plugins are free, and its the best.

>Perhaps my 70 year old brain
>just isn't up to learning anything as complex as the
>topic I started with my original posting.

It's easier than it may have seemed so far. Basically, click in the
menu "Video | Filters", select the denoising filter and save your avi.
 

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