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This movie was cherished as a child when my father brought it home one day when I was home sick. The VHS must have been watched 50 times!
The DVD release is NTSC with a seriously variable film cadence. What needs to be restored with software (in addition to a clean 24p pulldown) is film jitter. Disney seemed to have set up a 16mm camera and filmed it handheld then said yep that makes $$$ done.
What modern techniques are available to stabilise frames of animation from budget film sources? The DVD is in storage and that last time I was obsessed with video encoding was when Tsunamic MPEG encoder was all the range and we all had to use Avisynth with hours dedicated to the perfect script.
How can I upload samples to get advice?