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If there's a lot of  noise in the video causing flickering of pixels, here's an easy way to try and improve the clip:
 

Use the filters on the timeline from the Animation menu.

Animation > Timeline...

The Timeline is a bit like accessing the Filter menu, but instead of a single current image, it works on all frames of the animation.
There are several categories of filters that can be applied through the timeline tool.

In the Video category, locate the 'Reduce flicker' filter.




Then click the Render button at the bottom left.

You can stop the rendering in process if it's not right.

You might even click Render several times to improve it a few more times.





When satisfied with the quality of the clip, store it in DoggyFX like before. You can add it to an empty slot or have it replace a prior stored clip.










next part:  DoggyFX Transitions





   Getting Started - DoggyFX - Time Stretching - Reducing Flicker - DoggyFX:Transitions
 
DoggyFX:Spritesheets - DoggyFX:Flicker - Alpha masking & TV Snow/White Noise - more DoggyFX