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Old 25th June 2009, 20:11   #1  |  Link
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Good settings for VHS Rips useing STAXRIP

I have been using my DVD recorder on maximum quality settings to completely replicate the original quality of my VHS tapes. When I use staxrip and xvid after, the quality is very close to the MPEG 2, but the color seems to be slightly faded and the detail is slightly missing. With all the filters etc, the computer can easily compensate with post processing, but I am using a tvix M-4000 media player and it plays it as it is.

All my encoder and staxrip settings are included in the attachment.
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I think he is referring to the problem with his colors.

Try taking a look at Colormatrix, and Smoothlevels for levels correction.
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