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    Default Requesting advice on selecting a video editing software

    Hi all,

    Please advise which video editor I have to use?

    I have been searching for a video editor to enhance the video quality of the video captured in about 1990 with Sony V8 Video Camera on V8 tapes. The V8 tapes were latter converted to VHS tapes. Recently I sent 2 VHS tapes to a profession shops ripping them on DVD. I have copied the .VOB files on DVD to computer.

    Playing the .VOB files on computer I found certain sections not very clear. I ran ffmpeg to trim those unclear secontions on computer and have tested them on AVS Video Editor applying sharpen effect. But the result is not very good. Maybe I'm not experienced on AVS Video Editor?

    I have following video editing software downloand/running:-

    AVS Video Editor - running on Windows 10
    Shotcut - Running on Ubuntu 20.04
    Avidemux - running on Ubuntu 20.04
    Filoma - download
    Video Enhancer - download
    AviSynth - download

    I'm running both Linux and Windows PCs.

    Please advise. Thanks in advance

    Regards

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    Hi,

    Try with Shotcut and Filmora software.

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    What you're looking for is something with AI enhancing (like the Topaz Labs product Video Enhance, which you may be referring to above).
    Basic video editors cannot introduce detail that isn't there. Until very recently doing what you're trying to do would be impossible. Now with AI, some software tries to does exactly that. How successful it is depends very much on the footage you start with, the AI driven processing involved and your own interpretation of "successful". Remembre, these will only ever be an intelligent guess as what might have been in the original shot.
    Tim

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    Quote Originally Posted by satimis View Post
    Hi all,

    Please advise which video editor I have to use?

    I have been searching for a video editor to enhance the video quality of the video captured in about 1990 with Sony V8 Video Camera on V8 tapes. The V8 tapes were latter converted to VHS tapes. Recently I sent 2 VHS tapes to a profession shops ripping them on DVD. I have copied the .VOB files on DVD to computer.

    Playing the .VOB files on computer I found certain sections not very clear. I ran ffmpeg to trim those unclear secontions on computer and have tested them on AVS Video Editor applying sharpen effect. But the result is not very good. Maybe I'm not experienced on AVS Video Editor?

    I have following video editing software downloand/running:-

    AVS Video Editor - running on Windows 10
    Shotcut - Running on Ubuntu 20.04
    Avidemux - running on Ubuntu 20.04
    Filoma - download
    Video Enhancer - download
    AviSynth - download

    I'm running both Linux and Windows PCs.

    Please advise. Thanks in advance

    Regards

    Hi, You can go with Filmora software

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