[Tig] film restoration software
mbtoyama at uol.com.br
Fri Nov 28 08:48:01 GMT 2014
There is one more restoration software...
De: tig at colorist.org
Enviada: Domingo, 23 de Novembro de 2014 13:25
Para: tig at colorist.org
Assunto: [Tig] film restoration software
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I know this has been discussed many times, but looking for some new insight.
Thoughts on film restoration software?
I've tested pf clean, Diamant dustbuster +, Algosoft.
*Pf clean* had the best interface, and allowed prores files without needing
to convert to dpx sequences.
*Dustbuster +* gave me the best results and excellent fine tuning controls.
Very good customer support around development and improving the software.
(scratch removal is getting better).
*Algosoft* - still in development with some promising results. UI is old,
and very windows xp ish. Mainly an automated one touch solution. Not
necessarily what I'm after.
Dustbuster quotes $18k
Both have costly yearly upgrade fees.
Mti I have not tested
Phoenix retouch I have not tested.
Anyone have results/opinions they could share?
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