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''17th June 2008''
 
''17th June 2008''
   
I have uploaded the first minute or so of the Paul Temple episode [http://www.rtr.myzen.co.uk/paul_temple_rtr.mov here] (about 50 Mbytes); as usual it's an MPEG4-coded QuickTime movie. The saturation has deliberately been left quite low, because it disguises some of the Colour Recovery errors, and anyway I think it suits the rather grainy material.
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I have uploaded the first minute or so of the Paul Temple episode [[http://www.rtr.myzen.co.uk/paul_temple_rtr.mov|here]] (about 50 Mbytes); as usual it's an MPEG4-coded QuickTime movie. The saturation has deliberately been left quite low, because it disguises some of the Colour Recovery errors, and anyway I think it suits the rather grainy material.
   
 
This is probably typical of the kind of Colour Recovery quality one might expect from relatively poor source material, using my process. There are a number of errors which would have to be corrected before it would be suitable for broadcast or DVD authoring. Something that would be invaluable in such an editing process would be the ability to flip the signs of U and V within a specified region - is that a facility usually provided?
 
This is probably typical of the kind of Colour Recovery quality one might expect from relatively poor source material, using my process. There are a number of errors which would have to be corrected before it would be suitable for broadcast or DVD authoring. Something that would be invaluable in such an editing process would be the ability to flip the signs of U and V within a specified region - is that a facility usually provided?
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