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Re: DVNR artefacts

  His point is that the crisp picture looks better and a little DVNR artefact
ain't gonna kill ya....

Bonjour Michel,

Explain to your client that not everyone is so enamoured with an overly sharp
image, and also that if he ever plans to have this material compressed for
DVD, artifacts can cause problems.  Another point you could bring up is that
he could always sharpen the image after the film transfer, with a tape to
tape.  This would give him more options because he wouldn't be stuck with an
overly enhanced film transfer, but he could always make a clone with more
noise reduction later if he wished.

Phil Voss,

thanks to John Palmisano for support in 1999
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