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Old 1 Sep 2005, 11:49 PM   #1
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Unhappy clearing or removing as posible pixalation censorship

Hi
i have a video (mpeg) and it has some pixalation cesnsorship
i want to remove thos pixalations or just clear as posible this pixalations.
and i know this is posible i have seen couple of videos on the net,
and then saw them agina but where the pixalations was now there is only like
glass cycle and he seems a little bit slower than the other video but
you can allmost perfectly see what was supoused to be pixalation.
how can i do same thing? i mean not perfect pixalatation remove only clear as posible and of course remove tottaly if posible
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much too hard IMO, or should i say 'next to impossible unless you are a professional'.
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Old 2 Sep 2005, 11:25 AM   #3
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could you post a screen shot that we could see
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Old 2 Sep 2005, 11:36 AM   #4
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isn't the pixelation due to the inability of a lens to read the content on media???
due to either dirty scratched or badly burn't media/lens

if I am assuming this in error I would like to know if this is true then the only way to get around the pixelation other than replacing it is find a reader that can read the content more thorooughly or try to repair the actual content via scratch repair kit. or sim but as tigerman say's let me see!!!!
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Old 2 Sep 2005, 11:40 AM   #5
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i think its got nothing to do with burning, but that it is just explicit material found on the net... hence the word 'censorship'
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oohhh I'm slow but i eventually catch on

wouldn't this be some sort of added files of sorts if it was added then couldn't it be edited out hmm this has got me intrigued but as my intrigue is of no help I will be waiting on one of the pro's to answer??????
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It's not necessarily sexually explicit material - it may be a person's face is pixelated out, like they do on the news sometimes when a suspect is going to court.

I suspect that Anonymez's first post in this thread is the correct answer though. Unless, you have professional tools and I'm not on CSI.

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anybody correct me if i'm wrong, but such scrambling is added to a video through filters (let's say a certain virtualdub filter). the only way to remove the pixelation is to apply a sort of specific 'reverse' filter that will place each block back in its own place like a puzzle. even if "yevgeni87" knows how/which program/filter was added, i think its going to be quite difficult (possibly costly too)...

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Old 3 Sep 2005, 12:52 AM   #9
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Default yea but what programes?

no no,it is a program made pixelation...it is video clip i have dowloaded

do you know what programs can i try?? then i can try the "reverse filter"

i have lot of time so even going filter by filter is good
i need to know what programes to use....then i can start trying them filter by filter...any suggestions?

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avisynth and Virtualdub are my 2 main choices for filtering. avisynth you have to write a script for. Virtualdub is much easier to use. Without seeing a picture of the problem one would only be guessing as to what filter/s to apply
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@yevgeni87

You are going drive all crazy by trying to exactly visualize what you have. It would ideal to have an image capture of your pixilated movie in question. If you have PowerDVD or WinDVD, use their image capture function. And with your BMP file you get, upload it to this site, www.imageshack.us. It's free.

Get the forum link command it gives and post it in your next reply.
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here a print screen images: (not for kids) have 2


2nd pic:

i hope this helps...

disgusting to c woman??

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Guess I was wrong guys

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please remove the picture or place as an attatchment so a person has to willingly click it. its disgusting.
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Old 6 Sep 2005, 08:35 AM   #15
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now I wonder what part of the pic he wants to clean up

@ blu what's with the
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