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    Default Improving quality

    I have thousands of feet of over fifty (50) year old 8mm film that I am having converted to DVDís. The quality of the conversion is not very good because the 8mm film is very old.
    • Is there any software that can be used, to take important sections of the footage (my daughter in 1957) and improve the quality?
    I know that this can be done with jpg photographs using Adobe Photoshop.
    • Is there any such software for DVDís?
    Larry from LA
    lschenker@gmail.com

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    Well Larry, you're in the Vegas forum. I'm assuming you have Vegas yourself? You can certainly improve footage with it. If you're just beginning with the programme, There's a mountain of tutorials on youtube on working with Vegas. You could always check back here on any specific problems.

    I'm curious as to how you've converted to DVD, as the conversion process can be critical for this kind of work.

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