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    Can you fix a movie that is blurry?

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    yeah you can download ffdshow from sourceforge and play around with it. If you f*ck up the settings it has buttons that reset back to the defaults. Also you can use avisynth filters like warpsharp or bicubic resize(it tends to sharpen the picture a little).


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    You could also use a filter in VirtualDub's video processing settings (which can do alot more of course) !!

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    may you please tell me where i can download these programs please ?

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    Originally posted by MediaSlayer@4 November 2003 - 20:13
    download ffdshow from sourceforge
    type "ffdshow" in the searchbox at http://sourceforge.net and get the 5-23 version. Or go here and get the 4-24 version. There is a slight difference between the two, but for everyday use they're pretty much the same. Avisynth is available from http://www.avisynth.org they've got the filters on that site too, but avisynth is much harder to set up and use than ffdshow. Also, in order to change a video's properties using ffdshow, you have to make windows use it. For instance, if you're playing an xvid video, go into ffdshow codec configuration tab and make sure the xvid checkbox is checked. Then make whatever adjustments inside ffdshow and play the video. It's easy once you get the hang of it.


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    Thanks for the link.

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    Originally posted by MediaSlayer+5 November 2003 - 00:48--></div><table border='0' align='center' width='95%' cellpadding='3' cellspacing='1'><tr><td>QUOTE (MediaSlayer @ 5 November 2003 - 00:48)</td></tr><tr><td id='QUOTE'> <!--QuoteBegin-MediaSlayer@4 November 2003 - 20:13
    download ffdshow from sourceforge
    type "ffdshow" in the searchbox at http://sourceforge.net and get the 5-23 version. Or go here and get the 4-24 version. There is a slight difference between the two, but for everyday use they&#39;re pretty much the same. Avisynth is available from http://www.avisynth.org they&#39;ve got the filters on that site too, but avisynth is much harder to set up and use than ffdshow. Also, in order to change a video&#39;s properties using ffdshow, you have to make windows use it. For instance, if you&#39;re playing an xvid video, go into ffdshow codec configuration tab and make sure the xvid checkbox is checked. Then make whatever adjustments inside ffdshow and play the video. It&#39;s easy once you get the hang of it. [/b][/quote]
    I followed your direction but i am still experiencing the blurryness, but thanks anyways... are there any sites where i can get a F.A.Q for this program ?

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