Spectral noise, low resolution, and attenuation of semblance peaks due to amplitude variation with offset (AVO) anomalies hamper the reliability of velocity analysis in the semblance spectrum for seismic data processing. Increasing resolution and reducing noise while accounting for AVO has posed a challenge in various semblance schemes due to a trade-off in resolution and AVO detectability. A new semblance scheme is introduced that aims to remove this trade-off. The new scheme uses the concepts of bootstrapped differential semblance with trend-based AB semblance. Results indicate that the new scheme indeed increases spectral resolution, reduces noise, and accounts for AVO anomalies. These improvements facilitate velocity control for automatic and manual picking methods and, hence, provide a means for more reliable apparent velocity models.