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RE>Re: URSA IMPROVEMENT
- To: Rob Lingelbach <rob at sun.alegria.com>, Telecine <Telecine at xyzoom.alegria.com>
- Subject: RE>Re: URSA IMPROVEMENT
- From: Paul Grace <paulg at rushes.co.uk>
- Date: 12 Aug 97 10:08:50 +0000
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For interest...... with correct use of the aperture corrector within Ursa, ie setting the fine vertical correction to NEGATIVE values, the aliasing components can be minimised to a similar subject quality to other solutions such as ClearView or Scandal. Please try it on a smpte loop, see what you think!
The aperture corrector within Ursa is extremely powerful and not simply a "sharpness" control.
Another option ( especially for tape to tape work) is to look at the vertical filtering card for Digital Vision noise reducers. This is a low cost powerful filter which again subjectively achieves the same result but is versatile in the fact that it can be applied to tape or CG elements etc.
Food for thought :-)
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