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post #1 of 5 Old 07-12-2013, 04:08 PM - Thread Starter
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I'm using ffdshow with Windows Media Player Classic and I'm wondering if there's any kind of way to emulate the cue dots/dirt noise you'd usually see on a cinema screen watching a movie?

Any help appreciated, even if it's just flat out telling me it's impossible smile.gif

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I just realized this is totally the wrong forum, I am so sorry.
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Thanks, but I was looking for cinema spots, like the cigarette burns Tyler talks about in Fight Club.

Does Avisynth have any kind of filters?
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I know you can overlay images using avisynth at a certain frame so that would probably work.
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