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I made a video clip which has hundreds of png images with little white dots (a lighting issue). Can paint.net apply an effect or filter to a multiple files to get rid of the dots in my video?

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Paint.NET would be able to fix the images on an individual basis, but does not do batch processing. As you have hundreds of images to process, you should probably have a look at something like IrfanView.

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What video program are you using, most programs they have edit feature and you can fix the problem using the program itself if the dots are in same locations in all frames.

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I'm making the video in Blender. I'm a beginner, but following the tutorial, my output is: xvid, format AVI, Codec Mpeg-4 (divx) and MP3 for something or other. Those are the settings I wrote down, which worked the last time I animated the pngs (and are a little different than shown in the tutorial). As explained in the tutorial, sometimes the settings will work and later the same settings will not work.

A couple of noise reducer filters in Photoshop Elements worked on one image, but PSE can't apply filters to multiple images. I'll download InfanView since I read on the home page it supports PS filters. That would be great! Thanks for the information. I really appreciate it.

This is before PSE noise filter:

th_1960.png

This after PSE median noise filter:

th_1960-1.png

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