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I am looking to get some Video Sequences(Any video format - MPEG4,H263,MPEG2,H264,Raw YUV) which have noticable amount of flickering present in them. I searched, but could not find any such videos. I need this to try out test some Flicker removal setup I have.

BTW are there known Video post processing tools which allow flicker removal?

Any pointers would help.

thank you. -AD

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closed as off topic by rfusca, John Cavan, Matt Grum, Itai, mattdm Mar 22 '11 at 2:48

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Sorry, but this isn't a place for video questions. – rfusca Mar 21 '11 at 23:00
Agreed, but still related to photography. Isn't it? – goldenmean Mar 21 '11 at 23:03
@goldenmean - Actually, videography is ruled off topic for the site, see the FAQ for details. – John Cavan Mar 21 '11 at 23:09
Sorry can't see how this is related to still photography – Matt Grum Mar 21 '11 at 23:50
Even though it's off-topic here, you should go sign up for the 'Film and Video Production' stack which is currently in the commitment phase over at Area51:… as it's likely that it wouldn't be off-topic over there... – Jay Lance Photography Mar 22 '11 at 3:10

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