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Try this...

  • Place the flickering  clip on the timeline
  • Click the FX button at the start of the clip
  • Select Auto Levels from the effect option list

This should remove random changes in brightness of the frames. I tested this with a "flickered" clip saved as a new clip after using the Old Film effect. The flicker was eliminated. This is as close as you will probably get.

Be aware though ......This is not a definitive solution to the problem of flicker as VP will try to  auto level dark frames  or fades, and blank black frames. In these areas the result will be less than satisfactory.

Some years ago the Virtual Dub site carried an anti-flicker add-on. Haven't checked but it may still be available. VP can incorporate VD add-ons.


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