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    This video can be stabilized?

    how can I do it?
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  2. It looks like dropped (missing) frames and low framerate, not really a "stabilization" issue

    Do you have the original source?
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    Originally Posted by poisondeathray View Post
    It looks like dropped (missing) frames and low framerate, not really a "stabilization" issue

    Do you have the original source?

    this is the original
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  4. It looks ok to me (just simple inverse telecine). Probably you didn't process it correctly .

    How did you make the mkv (what software, what procedure), and why did you upscale it ?
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  5. Yes, the video is standard soft 3:2 pulldown. You just did the inverse telecine wrong. It should be 23.976 fps, not ~19 fps.
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  6. Originally Posted by jagabo View Post
    Yes, the video is standard soft 3:2 pulldown. You just did the inverse telecine wrong. It should be 23.976 fps, not ~19 fps.
    Meaning, if he indexed it using DGIndex, that maybe he set the field order to Forced Film and then performed an IVTC anyway, when it wasn't necessary.
    Last edited by manono; 27th Oct 2016 at 14:13.
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    I stop using

    TFM()
    TDecimate()

    and solved thanks to all
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