Mosaic removal

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frightfoo is defintely a idiot cause they used unravelling software to uncensor some pedo’s face and now interpols gonna screw that kiddy fiddler bad.

so VHS tape is different to digital technology, how is raw data (well somewhat raw) same as VHS?

you can immediately put a avi to a xbox and watch it or burn a dvd movie in a few minutes, can you do that with a VHS tape, answer is, NO!! reply

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Try this to remove mosaic go to windows menu use magnifying glass function set to that magnification to negative -250 you’ll see what ever mosaic there it was on the moving film...


Gotcha!!by FCUK
tnx. reply

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Tnx FCUK it works like magic using magnifying glass on windows menu removes mosaic...
Cheers,
Tellmeboutit!! reply

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Just a quick question for any of you who have the DV-9900DX. I just bought one, and it is being shipped to me, and I am curious if this only works on DVDs or will it also work on say an avi/mpeg file ripped from a DVD? Does the nature of the thing mean I have to have the original DVD? If so, would an ISO work? reply

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Hi Gaijin In Japan,

I am a gaijin in Japan as well and would really appreciate it if you could tell me where to buy the Olymia DV-9900! I am not much of a net user and prefer to go to a shop to buy stuff. Is this device available in shops that sell electrical appliances/gadgets like yamada denki/denkodo?

onegai shimasu reply

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So, can buy 9900dx or not ? Pls advise leh... reply

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so, what is the conclusion ? reply

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The closest English translation for the store name is “AKIBO”. There are several very small shops in Akihabara. The sign is red and in yellow lettering, the Japanese character looks like "@".

They have a very diverse assortment of electronic accessories and memory. Most of the shops are on the street behind LAOX and one of them is around the corner from a Gyro sandwich stand. Hope that helps.

If not, I still see guys selling it on EBay. reply

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HI IF ANY ONE FIGURES THIS OUT THERE WILL BE A LOT OF VERY HAPPY JAPANESE AV FANS INCLUDING ME I HAVE A BUNCH OF THE OLDER ONES LIKE BUNKO KANAZAWA THAT I WOULD LOVE TO REMOVE THE MOSAIC FROM. THERE IS A FAKE BUNKO OUT THERE UNCENSORED BEWARE. ALSO THERE IS A LOT OF UNCENSORED VIDEO STARTING TO COME OUT TRY YOURFILEHOST.COM THEY HAVE A LIST OF THE TOP 100 ASIAN WEBSITES 50% OR MORE FREE AND ARE UNCENSORED AND YES THERE IS A WAY TO REMOVE THE MOSIAC FROM THESE MOVIES I HAVE SEEN MOVIES WHERE IT WAS DONE YOU CAN TELL THERE WAS A MOSIAC BUT IT WAS REMOVED, WHAT WAS UNDERNEATH CAN BE SEEN. I AM TOLD THAT THERE IS A MACHINE IN JAPAN THAT CAN REMOVE MOSAICS AND THAT IT IS VERY EXPENSIVE I WOULD BUY IT IN A HEART BEAT TILL THEN I WILL SUFFER LIKE THE REST OF YOU REGARDS TRIX31445 reply

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Everyone keeps talking about how the mosiac can definitely be removed because they have see it removed on videos from various filesharing networks.

First, there are many AV sites that will use algorithmic methods to mosaic their videos in accordance with Japaneese law. They will then sell the videos and provide the software to remove the mosaic to international customers, since this does not violate their laws. This is what you folks are seeing. Unless you have both the software and the algorithm, you are out of luck. Trying to “crack” the algorithm could be as difficult as trying to crack any encryption, depending on how complex it is.

It is certianly possible to “enhance” the mosaic via software, but it will NEVER completely remove it. Also, almost ALL of these “filtering” methods will seriously reduce the underlying quality of the areas of the video that are not censored. The smaller the original file, the worse the damage to the uncensored video. Here is the general idea:

1.) Reduce the size of the original video via algorithmic filters. The amount of reduction necessary depends on the number of pixels per mosaic square. You either need to reduce to raw AVI (HUGE filesizes) or use a lossless compression method (just LARGE filesizes).

2.) Resize again using chained algorithemic filter processes. The number of fliter processes depends on the amount of reduction needed. Use regular preferred compression methods for final output.

The results are usually significantly less than stellar. reply

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I bought an Olympia DV-9900 near the end of last year from a seller in Japan on Ebay. It was a complete waste of money. I have pretty large collection of Japan AV and it didn’t work of any of them. So the DV9900 that I bought is either defective or this whole thing about mosaic removal is a SCAM. I think it’s the later. SO be warned , save you money and don’t but it. reply

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I have a mosaic removing program that I develop using my own brains and its capable of removing mosaic to nearly matching what the original master copy would look like. I’m willing to share it with anyone who is interested in it. Of course, theres a price to be had so e-mail me at: JapFreakV@hotmail.com. We will discuss more about this if your interested. reply

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Japanese law prohibits the showing of genitalia. Most large Japanese AV production companies abide by this law or risk being closed down by the Japanese Censorship Office. For super popular AV actresses, you will probably never find any of their uncensored videos until either they have retired or decided to film outside of Japan (these videos will never be released in Japan). Nevertheless, AV actresses are actually shunned if they have uncensored videos floating around the market as Japanese production houses would find it a liability to work with her and her agent. As for the uncensored videos floating around the Internet, we have some of them too, but generally, some of them were de-censored in Taiwan with sophisticated expensive equipment and most of them feature tier 3 actresses reply

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Read most of this and found many inconsistencies. One mail relates to using magifier. Does not work. Cannot use XP magifier at -250 setting. Olympia controversy has opposing views from working to being a scam and in any case seems to have been removed from e-bay nor seems to be availanle in Akhihabara when I last looked.
Japan freak claims he has a removel program. Anyone can verify it works? reply

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Doomark,

The Olympia 9900 is available in Akihabara. I literally saw it yesterday in at least 3 stores. Not Yodobashi Camera, LAOX, but in smaller out of the way shops. These are the shops on the side streets that sell CCTV sets, ham radio gear, bulk computer components, etc. Even those shops that are near the Akihabara stations (Yamanote Line) by the COSPLAY Maids who pass out flyers. Do not read Japanese or else I would tell you the specific name of the shopes. Hope that helps. reply

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Gaijin-san thanks I found a shop with lots of Olympia products. I exited the wrong way out of Akhibara at central exit and found some connecting walkways going to LAOX, Recognised the box but it was a DV2000X the most expensive model but no DV9900, Looks the same with a joy stick and has an extra up/down switch. Cannot read Japanese so I have no idea what to do. Tried hooking it up between the TV and DVD player and played with the switches. Not impressed by what I saw. A square which can be adjuted/moved and switches/dials to change the content in the square but nothing near to clearing up the mosaic. Will get the instructions translated so the jury is still out. Anyone who knows how to work this thing would be a welcome to me. Thanks Gaijin-san for your input and advice. reply

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My mistake its a Dual Special DV-007s reply

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Glad to help. The DV-9900 is in short supply, but I have noticed the other and more expensive versions. If the DV-9900 did not work as some claim, why would the Olympia company make more expensive versions?

My only real advice is keep trying and translated instructions should make the difference. Once you figure it out, your life will change. reply

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Gaijin in japan. Still cannot get the DV to work. If ok with you lets discuss offline. Probably a small issue I am overlooking.

My email adress is doomark@yahoo.com. reply

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Gaijin in japan. Still cannot get the DV to work. If ok with you lets discuss offline. Probably a small issue I am overlooking.

My email adress is doomark@yahoo.com. reply

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