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02-18-2005, 05:46 PM
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I will try to create a KSVCD movie from a MJPEG captured from VCR.
This MJPEG is visibly interlaced.
IŽd like to know if there is a need to deinterlace this movie in the coding process, or it will playback fine in a standalone DVD player without doing that.

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02-18-2005, 05:48 PM
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It's even better to keep it interlaced, and of course to set correctly the encoder to produce an interlaced MPEG2.

Be carreful, if you use a script, this script must be a adapted to handle interlaced material (not all filters can process correctly an interlaced source).

Search a little on the forum, you will have plenty of examples.
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Thank you Dialhot

IŽll search in the forum
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