I have a video that's encoded in a format that my TV doesn't support so I'm using "SUPER ©" to convert it to another format.
As you know, "SUPER ©" internally uses many of the tools that are promoted in this forum, that's why I ask here.
My problem is that every time I try to convert the video, the quality of the convertion is never as good as the original video. No matter what bitrate or target codec I choose.
Here is an example of what I'm talking about:
Original video on the left, converted video on the right.
As you can see, the problem seems to affect diagonal lines which are closer to be horizontal.
I attached an extract of both the original video and the converted one in case you want to see for yourself.
Do you know what tool can I use to solve this problem and the options/configurations I should tune up??
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It looks like you're deinterlacing when you shouldn't be. See if there is an option to turn off the deinterlacing
Super is designed to "just work" and be easy for non-skilled people to use. If you care enough to post here, you probably shouldn't be using it. See if Handbrake gives you better results but in my opinion letting your TV dictate your video format is a losing proposition.
I downloaded VidCoder (which uses HandBrake under the hood) and the converted video turned out just like the original.
About my TV, it's not really a dictatorship as it supports most popular video/audio encodings. It's just some of them (AVC greater than High@L4.1 and MPEG-4v2) that are not supported so it's not a big deal.
Last edited by hrgwea; 3rd Nov 2013 at 18:38.