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I have NTSC, 29.97, interlaced VOB files which are to be converted to KVCDx2 mpeg movie, what should I do in DVD2AVI / FitCD / VirtualDub / TMpeg to get rid of those "comb-like" effect???
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if you need to de-interlace , there is a filter in tmpgenc that will do let you choose the type of de-interlace to apply--blend, even field, etc,,,,

Setting, Advanced, DeInterlace (none)
it'll say none until you select a de-interlace style, if your movie is interlaced.


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06-20-2002, 11:03 AM
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I don't know which type is the correct one; there are so many to select.
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I don't know which type is the correct one; there are so many to select.
Take a look here: http://www.whdl16709.pwp.blueyonder....nverttovcd.htm

Scroll down a little until you get to the deinterlace section.

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I have followed the guide you provided, still no luck. I don't think I have to check "enforce film" in DVD2AVI because it shown as NTSC, right? I can see those "comb-like" effect even when I preview in DVD2AVI. What's wrong?
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06-24-2002, 09:55 AM
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S,
i almost always choose force film, unless im doing pal.
for the deinterlace, have u tried the "Blend Fields" option?
There's an article on Doom's site with more on deinterlace n stuff
http://www.doom9.org/decomb.htm


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hey syk,

Have you tried the decomb filters for AviSynth? Download decomb.dll and read the help file. FieldDeinterlace works great for me.

The help file's post here too: http://www.kvcd.net/forum/viewtopic....d59683259f54a1
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Thank you, all of you! I have finally fixed the problem by using FitCD with script found in the forum. Have fun!
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