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I think you overestimate how difficult that is and how much it's worth.



I've never done it myself, basing it on the cost of the machines that professionals do, and the cost of employing people to do it (both do it and make the judgement calls), you're probably looking at $200k for feature film quality.

If you're aiming for network TV quality you can probably do an episode for $5k though.

Of course that's from scratch. The trouble is that using the original video as your source will have lost a lot of data, and that means making a lot of judgement calls about what the scene is meant to be doing, so you're not much nearer.




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