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I solved this later but haven't ever posted my solution: At the time, a frame by frame edit in photoshop using healing tools seemed the only way to clean up the wire used. When I tried this however, you get a lot of artifacting that looks fine on one image but differs from frame to frame and creates a fuzzy blur as a video. After some learning about the ...


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That looks like a case where you get an overflow. Just doing an addition of two components with a char (or std::uint8_t in C++) will often overflow. I don't know about python implementation and how you've done your add, but just checking whether it's more than 255 if the value is on one byte is not going to work. You need to do the addition in at least a ...


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Generally, speaking there are a number of issues with systems that have two graphics cards or chips active (unless they are the exact same model). One option is to disable the Intel card in the BIOS and Premiere won't be able to use it anymore and hopefully uses the Nvidia card. Research for any potential side effects that your system may show afterwards. ...


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