Danny, I've removed the files for now, so I can carry out further tweaking, and then re-upload a (hopefully) new and improved version. That'll save you from looking at various iterations, with slight improvements each time - it would be better for you to see the final article, and observe the greatest 'Before vs After' contrast in one hit!
I've had a look at the fixes created by Norman Sword and Ian, and I have to say the improvement is very visible . There is a particularly dramatic improvement with the arrows in The Swimming Pool - great difference. Congratulations, Gentlemen!
One thing I noticed - please note this is not criticism, only feedback since it's been asked for - is that while Willy is manoeuvring on the ramp in West Wing very small parts of him - one of his outermost bits, so to speak - occasionally seem to flicker in red. I'm not sure why it's red, to be honest, but that's what I see (in SPIN).
If this really happens (and is not an illusion of mine), it makes me think of cleaning up old music using digital filters. In some cases it eliminates the hiss beautifully, but produces tiny little artifacts here and there which you can hear, something that wasn't in the original recording. So the overall result is definitely much better than the original, but there is just a tiny little bit of new "contamination".
Still, this is just something that seems to have caught my attention. On the whole, the improvement is very big .
So I would just have a couple of questions at this point:
- Is there a definitive fix already? If so, which of the above code is it?
- Are you both OK with the code being used in "third party" projects, with due credit given, of course?