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Any recommendations on good settings for cleaning up old (10+ years) analog video in Pinnacle? The settings I have tried all create a side-effect that makes the video look like it’s viewed through a set of blinds whenever there’s any camera movement (which is all the time in my old analog stuff). Any help would be greatly appreciated.
Don’t try to colour correct after you have captured your video – do it at time of capture.
Correct your colour saturation, contrast and brigtness at time of capture. In capture mode click on the left hand side of the “Diskometer” to open the panel that will control these.
Correcting at capture will help considerably and will reduce your render time dramatically.