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  1. Originally Posted by davexnet View Post
    I've had a devil of a time processing the 00000.mts that was posted.
    The source filter doesn't return clean fields or frames consistently. I've had distortion, backwards/forwards motion,
    and duplicate frames.

    I've tried directshowsource, dss2 , ffmpegvideo & DGAVCindex. I've yet to try DGindexNV (I haven't purchased the license).

    I've seen some mention in this thread of symptoms that seem similar. One of the participants mention DGindexNV/DGdecodeNV as
    serving the file properly (They were also working with interlaced MTS)
    http://forum.doom9.org/showthread.php?p=1492346#post1492346
    What directshow filters are you using?

    I had the back/fwd motion using haali, ffdshow initially, but constructing a graph in graphstudio fixed it
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    I tried directshowsource (FFDshow (ffmpeg-mt) and CoreAVC), dss2 (haali) .

    I have not tried the graphedit approach, I'll give it a go tomorrow.

    I had absolutely no luck with ffmpegsource2, I kept getting crashes in Staxrip.
    and bad results when I tried in Virtualdub.

    However, my setup worked just fine on some progressive H264 (mkv) samples I had laying around.

    I used GDSMUX to convert the MTS to MKV but it didn't yield any benefits as far as I can see.

    I'm not running the latest FFDshow, mine's 3 or 4 months old. By all accounts, from what I've here and there,
    interlaced H264 can be troublesome.
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