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  1. Im trying to follow a tutorial that uses SVP's frame interpolation to make a 60 FPS video.

    However, it seems there is something wrong with the video im using as a source for the whole process. When i use it with other videos it works flawlessly, but this video is different.

    No matter what tool i use, the result will be something like this:



    Forget the 60 fps tutorial, even if i use a software like Mediacoder or MeGUI to change the extension from MKV to MP4 or AVI the result is that.

    I don't know how containers, encoding and codecs work but im going to guess the problem is somehow related to those.
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  2. Probably the resolution. What is it?

    If it's only Mod2, make it Mod4. And what is the script you're using?
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  3. Originally Posted by manono View Post
    Probably the resolution. What is it?

    If it's only Mod2, make it Mod4. And what is the script you're using?
    The resolution is 718x480. A pretty old video.

    Mod2?
    Mod4?

    Not sure how to do that with MeGUI or MediaCoder.

    And for the script im going to guess you mean the tutorial im following: Im using the script SVP generates.
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  4. Since you're using SVP I figured you're also using AviSynth. Apparently it uses it 'under-the-hood' so to speak. But yes, I mean the script.

    And it's the resolution that's the problem. You should either resize it to 720x480 before doing the filtering, or add 2 columns of black to one side. To add the black to the left side, edit the script to add:

    AddBorders(2,0,0,0)

    which will make it 720x480 and your image distortion will disappear.
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  5. Originally Posted by manono View Post
    Since you're using SVP I figured you're also using AviSynth. Apparently it uses it 'under-the-hood' so to speak. But yes, I mean the script.

    And it's the resolution that's the problem. You should either resize it to 720x480 before doing the filtering, or add 2 columns of black to one side. To add the black to the left side, edit the script to add:

    AddBorders(2,0,0,0)

    which will make it 720x480 and your image distortion will disappear.
    I added that to the script but nothing changed.

    So i used handbrake to change it to 720x480. For some reason it is the only software that doesn't give me that weird result.

    Now it works fine.

    Thanks for the help.
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  6. It's the decoder that's having a problem with the mod2 width of the frame. Use a different source filter or force a different decoder for the source codec.
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