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Incredible NR blur on Voyager
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- Subject: Incredible NR blur on Voyager
- From: Robert Lovejoy <rlovejoy at home.com>
- Date: Wed, 20 Oct 1999 21:15:01 -0400
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- Resent-Date: Tue, 26 Oct 1999 12:27:35 -0500
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I was just watching the opening segment of Star Trek "Voyager" a
few minutes ago and it looks like someone has set noise reduction
contols to Eleven! There was so much smearing that I couldn't belive it
was done deliberately, yet the previous program on our UPN affiliate
looked normal. Actually, I've been noticing this for the entire season.
Has anyone else noticed this? I'm wondering if somewhere in the
transmission chain NR is being applied twice. The ST franchise was
always well telecined and it's a shame to see everything mass into soft
blurry blobs. I'm hoping this is a local phenomena...
I know we had quite a discussion on overuse of NR a while back. I
have to doubt the series is leaving postproduction looking like this.
If any other folks on this list watch this show, please let me know if
you're seeing the incredible artifacting we see here in Philly.
Thanks for your time.
Thanks to Ken Robinson for support in 1999
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