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Comment by Pierre Samuel Rioux on December 30, 2008 at 4:41am
I just finish to improve 2 old boxing film in VHS made with old archival film from 1909 to 1950.
The quality are not very nice probably they scan it first from film with best light.

First step i ad some Brightness and Contrast ( here watch out to not put to much contrast )
BTW i using Vegas 8 pro
the second filter will be a Newblue Detail Enhancer here you have 2 tools in it a quality enhancer ( 91 % ) and the other control is Strength less of (33%)this one working on the pixels size )
at this level it's important to keep a good grey scale it's more important to keep the grey scale the sharpen image is ( next step ) if you push to much you got a sharpen image and lost in the grey scale.
Now i put a 3e filter a Sharpen one i going to using it at a level of 4 to 10 % this one increase the sharpen but also the contrast a bit.

What is important to understand it's the filter work one after one it is one or 2 pass in the process of rendering.

And do not expecting short rending session.... you going to pay to get a better image by consuming your time.
Comment by Pierre Samuel Rioux on November 24, 2008 at 10:59pm
Welcome Mr. White
Comment by Pierre Samuel Rioux on November 24, 2008 at 10:58pm
Shaw if we know what you like to do it's more easy to talk about it.
The original are in film or all ready in digital ?
Interlace or deinterlace,
what you like to do enhancer or remove scratch and dust ?
Comment by Pierre Samuel Rioux on November 18, 2008 at 1:59am
Red Giant got a interesting product to fix old film

Pierre Sam
Comment by Pierre Samuel Rioux on November 13, 2008 at 6:20pm
Sorry the GOKO it's made in Japan.
Comment by Pierre Samuel Rioux on November 13, 2008 at 6:18pm

Here a clip on a GOKO it's made in usa for converting super 8 to digital the big avantage with this one he do super 8 with sound.

I bring a 16mm film to montréal to get scan to a rank to 2 copie in vhs tape.
Then after i transfer this vhs tape in my computer and i realized the colour correction did in film at the lab with the process of A&B editing like we normally do in 16mm have many defect, So i decided to split all of it in vegas scene by scene and do a colour correction. Vegas is very strong to do colour correction.I correct the sound also but on u-tube or Kewego we lost a lot of information but this give you a good idea. I using a Bolex and a Beaulieu 16mm and at that time i used the film 7252.
Pierre Sam
Comment by NehemiYah Yisrael on November 12, 2008 at 10:39am
Exactly what are you trying to do?
Comment by Shaw Productions Inc. on October 28, 2008 at 9:45pm
I would like to know how they do this. I am going to be working on some very old footage and I would like to know the tricks!

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