Hello everyone, I have an old video, seems that it used to be stored on a VHS tape, then transferred to DVD.
Anyway, all I have now is a video file, and it looks like this:
The horizontal white stripes, what do you call it (sorry)? They look really annoying and I want to remove them.
- Sony Vegas Pro 8
- Neat Video plugin for Sony Vegas
The Neat Video plugin always crashes when I open it in Vegas.
Could you show me how to remove those white stripes please?
Thanks a lot!
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Vegas to check the media info, and here's the result:
Video: 02:02:23.002, 29.970 fps interlaced, 704x480x32, MPEG-2
Audio: 02:02:23.008, 48,000 Hz, Stereo, MPEG
ACID chunk: no
Stretch chunk: no
Stretch list: no
Stretch info2: no
Beat markers: no
Detected beats: no
Command markers: no
Media tags: no
I think aedipuss was referring to the MediaInfo program for information. The info from Vegas is minimal, but it does appear to be interlaced video.
Try viewing it with a player that properly displays interlaced video and see if the problem goes away. VLC with Bob deinterlacing turned on is one choice.
Interlaced video should display properly on a TV as it handles interlaced video correctly. PC displays are normally progressive displays and do not unless you use a interlace capable player. If your final output is to be DVD, you don't want to deinterlace.
If that doesn't fix the problem, try posting a short representative clip here.