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#1 icatsb

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Posted 17 October 2012 - 02:36 PM

According to website info on "Easy VHS to DVD 3 Plus" the user can use noise reduction and video stabilizing. After ready the "Getting Started Guide", the steps are not explained. So where and how can this be done on a video or VHS capture? Is there another user guide that explains this?

#2 Jim_Hardin

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Posted 18 October 2012 - 03:23 AM

You will laugh when I show you :lol: (I had to ask too ;) )

Right at the top is a drop bar:

Attached File  Video Effects 1.jpg   98.68KB   23 downloads


It has 2 Tabs - Add Title and Enhancements (noise, stabilize & color):

Attached File  Video Effects 2.jpg   114.24KB   12 downloads


Enhancements have some more options:

Attached File  Enhance 1.jpg   117.26KB   9 downloads


Stabilize has Options:

Attached File  Enhance 2.jpg   113.6KB   10 downloads


You can set how much Zoom you need:

Attached File  Enhance 3.jpg   105.42KB   11 downloads


And you can tinker with Color:

Attached File  Enhance 4.jpg   105.89KB   10 downloads



For most of us, we only need to stabilize a portion of a clip...

In that case we will need ot Add and Trim enough copies of the same clip to accomplish this.

It can seem a little tedious in the following I have Stabilized the portion between 5:00:13 and 7:00 but the rest was OK:

Attached File  Trim - Enhance 1.jpg   86.55KB   14 downloads


Attached File  Trim - Enhance 2.jpg   93.99KB   9 downloads


Attached File  Trim - Enhance 3.jpg   106.42KB   3 downloads


Attached File  Trim - Enhance 4.jpg   98.47KB   6 downloads


Play with it a little but come back and ask question before you get frustrated ;)
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#3 icatsb

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Posted 18 October 2012 - 05:05 AM

That is funny. Thank you for your response. I did find it. This should be included in the user guide. Thank you again.
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#4 Jim_Hardin

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Posted 18 October 2012 - 06:56 AM

You are welcome!




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