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    Quote Originally Posted by Todd T View Post
    AI to the rescue?...

    Maybe Nvidia will make this available some day...

    https://news.developer.nvidia.com/ai...grainy-photos/
    It's better than nothing. Although Topaz doesn't do a bad job either. I wonder how these systems would do with text.

    Rand, thanks for having a go. Pretty good effort! What tools did you use? What about you, Matt?
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    Karim,


    I just did basic exposure and color corrections in Resolve and did some fine tuning in 3DLut Creator.
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    Rand, I think more could definitely be salvaged through multi-pass scanning of the negs. This could also help address the scan or scratch lines. Might need a custom filter with some AI elements. ...But at what cost?
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    Jeff,

    Yeah that would be great! But that was well beyond my skill set. I had thought of something more simple like maybe some type of de-interlacing technique of the still image. I thought that may have been possible in something like Photoshop, which I'm also unfamiliar with.
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    Here are two more attempts




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