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- To: telecine internet group <telecine at alegria.com>
- Subject: Cineon question
- From: rob at alegria.com (Rob Lingelbach)
- Date: Fri, 18 Dec 1998 13:18:28 -0600
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A client of mine has film with a mild intermittent flicker problem,
caused by a bad camera motor.
My approach in minimizing the flicker has generally been to use
judicious amounts of extra noise reduction; in severe cases I've done
frame-by-frame density work with the color correction, which can be
very effective but time consuming.
I had heard there might be a capability within the Cineon software
that can deal with and repair flicker (non realtime I'm sure?). I
don't think that is an option for my client due to cost.. are there
any other tools I should be aware of?
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