Home Video Asylum

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by the way, I'm not the only one...

I should have known that I was getting some soap opera effect in the video, but this causes the sound synching in the film to lose its visual punctuation which in turn causes the sound to resemble the direct recording from video in early soaps. Doing a little research I found that I'm not the only audiophile who notices soap opera effect from its audio effects first. Maybe we should call it audiophile synesthesia? Anyway, thanks for the clue as it turned out that I was fighting with two distinct audio degradations, only one of which had a direct acoustic cause.

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  • by the way, I'm not the only one... - Jim Pearce 06:53:43 06/13/17 (0)


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