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You can do either method. Short clips Take up less file space. Files are already cut. Long continuous shot Easier method when shooting, but more work in post. Easier to sync a continuous audio stream such as from an external mic.


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The artifacts are on the original footage because a DVD used some oldie MP2 codec, you need to live with it. You could try using a denoiser, some of them can detect compression artifacts. I am not spamming or anything, but take a look at Neat Video Denoiser.


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It could be that you are looking for a filter chain more than a particular codec. See for example: https://www.engon.de/audio/vhs4_en.htm#cartoon_vhs


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