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06-28-2006, 04:57 PM
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Hi all,

I need some help there
I have a PAL source tat is a making of, one of these bonus made of a patchwork of interviews, shooting rushes, movie teasers...

Interlacing2Reader gives me the following results :
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interlaced: 39
progressive: 28
filedshifted: 26
real_interlaced: 28
ttf: 77
bff: 2
What would you do in such situation to make the source as progressive as possible ? I would like to use the usual combo Limitedsharpen + LRemoveDust.

Thanks for any advice.
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06-29-2006, 02:01 AM
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It's nearly impossible to make it progressive in a clean way unless you treat every part separately. That is, use field matching (=Telecide) on the field shifted parts and deinterlace the interlaced parts. Depending on the amount of different parts, it can be a lot of manual work.
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06-29-2006, 03:30 AM
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It's nearly impossible to make it progressive in a clean way unless you treat every part separately. That is, use field matching (=Telecide) on the field shifted parts and deinterlace the interlaced parts. Depending on the amount of different parts, it can be a lot of manual work.
Thanks Boulder,
That's what I thought. Actually I tried a simple TDeint(order=1) that worked somehow correctly. I will stay with that, I do not give a lot of importance to the bonus anyway (I encode them in mode "Half size and half space" in DVD-Rebuilder ).

BTW it was a nice test for that Interlacing2Reader function.
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06-29-2006, 03:38 AM
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You might want to add the parameter tryweave=true in TDeint, it should process the field shifted frames correctly. Also if you already didn't use it, the latest TDeint version gives a nice performance boost
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You might want to add the parameter tryweave=true
It is indicated as "true" by default in the doc of my... old 0.9.6 version (almost 2 years old. I think I'm going to take the latest one right now ).
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