I know I may be going down the rabbit hole with this one, but I was just recently given old VHS footage from home movies....that were converted to a DVD format. After looking at the footage and bringing it into the Adobe suite to work on, I noticed the obvious things, overblown highlights, oversaturation, etc which I was able to adjust. (although, the more I got it within legal limits, the flatter the overall footage looked) Are there any other suggestions to clean up this footage more than that? I've run into some issues. It definitely is soft. I threw some sharpening on it, but that was a little tricky, as too much makes the footage literally hard to watch. I know that I cannot necessarilly add what wasnt there, but I wasnt sure if anyone had any "tricks". I was able to add some contrast to the footage which made it look nicer to my eyes, but man....those blacks are very easy to crush. so, avoid this altogether? different approach?