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.
#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)
#QTGMC(preset="slow", matchpreset="slow", matchpreset2="slow", sourcematch=3)
#QTGMC(Preset="placebo", Sharpness=0.0, InputType=3, SourceMatch=3, ShowSettings=False, TR2=3, lossless=1)
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Last edited by danfgtn; 12th May 2018 at 14:48.
Do a better job with your links.
Agreed. Those links are not valid.- My sister Ann's brother
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.