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Frage von t-jey:

Hi, this is my first post here, maybe you can help me:

I tested an MPEG-2 video from the analog TV, which shows a strange disorder: In the blue channel is a strong flicker. If one looks through the thing in single screen mode, it appears that (the blue outlines some of the stage lights) in the odd frames are always a few pixels to the right and jump into the back straight again. Why is that? And there are tools to judge such a thing afterwards too?

Thank schonmal for any information or comment.


Antwort von GhostDog:

Moves the entire blue channel, or only certain areas? If it's the complete channel, I would be the easy move with a compositing program (After Effects) manual back again. Speak to animate the position. If it's only certain areas, then let (the crop may isolate themselves synonymous with the help of the curve?). But in any case, sounds like a lot Gefriemel ...


Antwort von t-jey:

This is the entire blue channel. The film was with a simpler DVD authoring tool (CyberLink PowerProducer) was added as MPEG, MPEG-2 converted (all the highest quality) - and finished the inedible salad :-)


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