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    Default Covering up a bad pixel

    I have a digital camera (Sanyo Xacti C5) that shoots .mp4 video. It has one bad pixel in the dead center of the screen. When I take still photo's I can use the healing brush in Photoshop to fix that with no problem. Which video editing software would offer the same functionality? Seems like it would be simple since the spot never moves.

    PS: I can also use the freeware program “mp4cam2avi” to get the videos to .avi if I have too first.

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    Try Cyberlink Power Director 5 (Magic Tools).

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