I havent seen this before when ripping my DVD's.
For some reason after Ive cleaned up the video like I usually do with AVISynth, the outer lines/edges look pretty blurry. The video seems fine and clean but the black outer lines seem blurry.
Heres a couple screenshots of what I mean.
His mouth chin and shoulders show what Im talking about the most.
His fingers mouth and outer hairlines are pretty blurry.
The picture turned out pretty good and the noise has been cleaned but those black outer lines are pretty blurry still, even though I used a sharpener on the overall image.
Is this fixable or reduceable with something I dont know about just yet?
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Last edited by darkdream787; 29th Oct 2012 at 01:23.
The problem is only on horizontal edges. Maybe poor deinterlacing.
I notice this happening when I watch it on my PC or rip it but I dont notice it when I watch it on my TV.
Heres a screenshot of the source before I did anything to it. All Ive done is resize it in this shot.
TV deinterlaces/ivtc's for display. PC displays don't do either.
Last edited by sanlyn; 23rd Mar 2014 at 13:59.
Ok well, Ill have to upload the sample later. I dont have time to stick around today.
Thanks everyone, see ya then.
To fix video that has frame rate converted with field blending you would use a smart bob like Yadif() followed by SRestore().
Though, if that's your problem, you should be seeing other obvious blending artifacts.
Last edited by jagabo; 29th Oct 2012 at 16:32.