DEMOS 4 PRESETS
How to choose the right preset?
There is a very wide variety of films and videos, combined with different types of film damage.
Good news – you select from only 4 presets!
We distinguish between two main categories: film and video, depending on the source of digitized footage : celluloid film or video tapes, respectively.
1. If the source of your digitized material was celluloid film, then probably your Preset is either Film or Film + Dark/Light Scratches. If the source of your digitized footage was a videotape, then it is likely your Preset is Video.
2.For a more precise preset selection, play the “original and processed” demos below and determine for which of the four demos the “original” looks more like your video.
3.Find the recommended preset under the selected demo sample.
4. Make a free sample.
5. If you like the free sample results, place an order with the same preset.
We will do the rest.
ORIGINAL digitized from Celluloid Film, has Dirt, Dust, Noise, Flicker, no Vertical Scratches
ORIGINAL digitized from Celluloid Film, has Dirt, Dust, Noise, Flicker, and Dark Vertical Scratches
Preset: Film + Dark Scratches
ORIGINAL digitized from Celluloid Film, has Dirt, Dust, Noise, Flicker, and Light Vertical Scratches
Preset: Film + Light Scratches
ORIGINAL is Digital Video or Digitized from Video Tape, has Noise and/or Flicker
There are 4 different presets. Check out the demos and find out which original bears similarities to your footage. Find the recommended preset under the selected demo sample.
You can also try 30 seconds of footage for free.
There are 4 presets: 3 presets for film and one preset for video. By film, we mean a footage scanned from celluloids, while video is digitized from an analog video tape or shut by digital camera. There are tens of types of film and video defects to be removed. Typical film defects are blotches of dust, flicker, scratches. Typical video defects are interlace and dropouts.
Both film and video can have similar defects like noise. Any film/video footage should be stabilized.
The main distinction between film and video is the film grain which is a natural component (like canvas texture for oil painting) of the film. Therefore, it has to be preserved in most of cases.
The vertical scratches are presented only on film. That is why there are two more presets for film. If film and video were encoded with interlace, deinterlace preprocessing will be applied automatically in all presets.
There are 4 presets: 3 film presets and one video preset. By film, we mean footage scanned from celluloids, while video is digitized from an analog videotape or shot with a digital camera. There are dozens of types of film and video defects to remove.
Typical film defects are dust spots, flickering, and scratches. Interlacing and dropout are typical video defects.
Both film and video may have similar defects such as noise. Almost any film or video footage should be stabilized.
The main difference between film and video is film grain, which is a natural component (like canvas texture for oil paintin
If the “Film” preset is selected, the processing includes includes de-flicker, dust /noise removal, de-interlace (if needed), and stabilization. In addition, long vertical scratch removal algorithm is applied, if the preset Film + Dark / Light Scratches has been selected. The grain of the film is preserved!
If the “Video” preset is selected, the processing includes de-interlace, noise removal, and compression artifacts.