How do I remove video noise & do a 'Clip Frame' using Vegas Video 4?

Discussion in 'Professional Video Production' started by John, Jul 12, 2003.

  1. John

    John Guest

    I'm new to Vegas, so pardon my ignorance. I've looked in the online
    forums and in the help, but haven't found the answer.

    I would like to trim the camera noise from the bottom of my video that
    lasts throughout the whole file, it's about 40 pixels high. How do I
    do this in Vegas? Is there any site that can instruct me on cleaning
    up my video before compressing it to MPG2 with Vegas?

    Up till now, I've been using Tmpgenc's 'Clip Frame' & Noise Reduction
    features on my DV AVI's, but I just bought vegas and would like to use
    it for everything...that is...if it is better for removing noise than
    Tmpegenc 2.5 plus.


    John
     
    John, Jul 12, 2003
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  2. John

    thrillcat Guest

    If you just want to take some noise off the bottom of the screen, you can
    simply use the "Track Motion" to zoom in a bit on the frame until the noise
    is no longer visible.
     
    thrillcat, Jul 12, 2003
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  3. John

    Click Guest

    You could use the crop/zoom tool to zoom in a little so that the ripple
    disappears. You will also loose some of the original picture all the way
    round.
     
    Click, Jul 12, 2003
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  4. John

    Joe Guest

    John:

    Is the result of recording with a dirty head?

    If you zoom-in you are going to add ambiguous pixels and lower the picture
    resolution. Perhaps using a letterbox effect will chop a little off the
    bottom and top and in the process remove the noise in the bottom of the
    lower 3rd.


    Joe
    www.djrock.tv
     
    Joe, Jul 13, 2003
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  5. Try adding a black border instead. It will probably be masked when
    viewed on a tv and will appear as frame when viewed on a pc.
     
    Nobody_of_Consequence, Jul 13, 2003
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  6. John

    durt

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    hmmm...
    are you try VidCrop PRO ?? nice prog too, may be it help you better??
     
    durt, Sep 23, 2009
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