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syk2c11 08-10-2003 08:43 PM

Bob deinterlacer, then how to bring down the framerate?
 
Hi Kwag and others,
I have read somewhere in the forum that Kwag uses Bob to deinterlace the TV capture, after applying Bob (the result is awesome), the framerate will be doubled (25-->50, 29.97-->60). So, how can I bring down the framerate back to its original. Do I just set the framerate in Tmpeg or there is some tools to use. Thanks in advance.

kwag 08-10-2003 08:48 PM

My experience with interlaced material (non-telecined) is still limited :)
But the couple of tests I've done with Bob(), I just changed the frame rate in TMPEG back to 29.97fps after loading the script, and the results were great. The image was smooth on playback. Is that the right way to do it :?: I don't know, but it worked for me :cool:
Maybe I was lucky :lol:

-kwag

incredible 08-21-2003 01:00 PM

@ sky2c11

Maybe you will receive your needed quality by using this type of capture script:
http://www.kvcd.net/forum/viewtopic....4cb70eb978abec

It contains a Vdub Deinterlacing part and should work NTSC too if you change some values like size etc.
Also you can see an exampe .. done with this script.

:wink:


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