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05-02-2003, 08:34 PM
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Dont know much about deinterlacing, but i was wondering.. I like to use SeparateFields().SelectEven() in some of my encodes with the orginial decomb.dll. But since i have the newest versino (to my knowledge) of avisynth i cannot use that one for some reason. So i use decomblegacy.dll. Is there a way in MovieStacker to create the settings like SeparateFields().SelectEven()? hope i havent asked a completely stupid question

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Hi TKS,

First let me say that the last version of decomb.dll is for AVS2.5, and as MovieStacker do not fully support AVS2.5 we use decomblegacy.dll that is the last version of decomb for AVS2.08.

You can use SeparateFields().SelectEven() exactly like this. Just put it after opening your source and it will work, but in my opinion that's one of the worst solution for deinterlace. When you use SeparateFields(), you loose half vertical resolution, and when you use SelectEven() you through out half of the video material (all the odd fields).

Did you ever try FieldDeinterlace() or TomsMoComp()
I strongly suggest you try them. In my opinion they are a much better solution for deinterlace.
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05-02-2003, 11:21 PM
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thanks.. ill give TomsMoComp() a try...

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