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  1. Let's say 2000-2010. I know Spongebob was created in 1999 but it's best seasons (2 and 3) come in the early 2000s. Nickelodeon and Cartoon Network had some of my favorite shows still. Ed, Edd, and Eddy along with Hey Arnold were my absolute favorites when I was younger. Definitely want to add The Last Airbender and Danny Phantom as well- DP had such a catchy theme too.
  2. Hi-dee-ho, Maynard here I'm looking to remaster The Angry Beavers using the Shout Factory DVDs and AviSynth filters TComb and WarpSharp. Here are some samples of the filters in effect: http://screenshotcomparison.com/comparison/123278 http://screenshotcomparison.com/comparison/123279 There's just one problem standing in the way. The filter I'm using to remove the Dot Crawling seems to be merging with the wrong frame: Each frame in the original footage has an identical one right after that, where if you blend them together, their individual dots cancel each other out. Is there any way to blend the frames with their identical variations instead of the different frame after? I'm looking only to restore Seasons 3 & 4, as 1 & 2 don't have these issues, and are just blurry (as if the camera was near-sighted.) On a side note: Are there any other filters I should add?