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Restoring workprint quality - programs to use?

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http://www.originaltrilogy.com/forum/messageview.cfm?catid=11&threadid=7110&STARTPAGE=4

"Last year when I was following the Thief and the Cobbler thread, I remember a guy called Faceman that did some amazing stuff for OCPmovie. He took the workprint of Thief and cleaned it up. The comparison shots were incredible. Gonna search that thread to see if I can find what software he used." - ZakDrizzt

Now, in a later post in the same topic, the person says he could find no mention of the program Faceman used. Does anyone possibly know what program(s) were used? Because i would LOVE to have a program that could help to restore some workprint footage for future projects! (I've always wanted a clean/cleaner version of the Jason goes to hell workprint, for example.)

Edit: Here's the link to Faceman's restoration images -

http://www.originaltrilogy.com/forum/messageview.cfm?catid=11&threadid=4256&STARTPAGE=17
 

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I think this worked that well because it is anime.
I remember a guide on videohelp about using some tmpgenc filters to the max, which looked kind of similar.
 
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