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  1. I'm having, ghosts, traces, white lines, duplicates, all bad when doing deinterlace. I used the filters below, one at a time, combined, among others and all are very problematic. I do not really know how to make it work, I'll leave a sample of each video below.

    AssumeTFF()
    #TFM(pp=0)
    #TDecimate(mode=1, hybrid=0)
    #AssumeFPS(24)
    #QTGMC(Preset="slow", Sharpness=0.0, InputType=3, SourceMatch=3, ShowSettings=False, TR0=0, TR1=0, TR2=3, Rep0=0, Rep1=0, Rep2=0, RepChroma=false)
    #eedi3()
    #QTGMC(preset="slow", matchpreset="slow", matchpreset2="slow", sourcematch=3)
    #eedi3()
    #QTGMC(Preset="placebo", Sharpness=0.0, InputType=3, SourceMatch=3, ShowSettings=False, TR2=3, lossless=1)
    #daa()
    #srestore(frate=25)


    Video: http://www.mediafire.com/file/c3u1o556deinyje/Samurai_Sho%2800h07m00s-00h09m00s%29-002.mkv
    Last edited by danfgtn; 12th May 2018 at 14:48.
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  5. QTGMC().SRestore() takes care of the field blending from the frame rate conversion -- but there are lots of compression artifacts. I thinks someone applied a progressive sharpen filter on the interlaced video before encoding. I don't see any easy way of removing those. The good news is that they are not too visible at normal playback speed.
    Last edited by jagabo; 22nd Sep 2017 at 18:18.
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  6. Originally Posted by jagabo View Post
    QTGMC().SRestore() takes care of the field blending from the frame rate conversion -- but there are lots of compression artifacts. I thinks someone applied a progressive sharpen filter on the interlaced video before encoding. I don't see any easy way of removing those. The good news is that they are not too visible at normal playback speed.
    It's not easy, but is it possible to fix most of it?
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  7. Originally Posted by danfgtn View Post
    Originally Posted by jagabo View Post
    QTGMC().SRestore() takes care of the field blending from the frame rate conversion -- but there are lots of compression artifacts. I thinks someone applied a progressive sharpen filter on the interlaced video before encoding. I don't see any easy way of removing those. The good news is that they are not too visible at normal playback speed.
    It's not easy, but is it possible to fix most of it?
    I don't know of any way. Maybe someone else will have some ideas.
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