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    Hello users

    First, I would like to mention that I've read MANY articles and about the subject and tried many ways and softwares without achieving the real searched look desired.

    Is it really possible to keep the smoothest of the interlaced encoding once converted in progressive ?

    I'm really friendly with VirtualDub and I encode the final .MKV files with TMPGEnc Mastering Works 6.

    Is there I real true guide out there ? or can someone can give a step-by-step guide ? (both for Video and film)

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    Kalemvar
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  2. About the best you can do in VirtualDub is Deinterlace -> Yadif -> Double Frame Rate. If you want the best (usually) you need to learn AviSynth and use QTMGC.
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    But always analyze the material with your own eyes, looking at it slowly, frame by frame, estimating the pattern of temporal progress of the fields (or now double-rate frames, after applying a bob-deinterlacer like Yadif or QTGMC):
    • if the temporal progress is regular and steady, keep it;
    • if it jumps forth and back, invert the field dominance (AssumeTFF / AssumeBFF) and bob it again;
    • but if you notice an alternation between two and three times repeating, use IVTC instead of bob-deinterlacing;
    • and if you notice blending, you will need advanced algorithms (e.g. SRestore).

    Some tools like MeGUI (first seen in HDConvertToX as well) try to analyze video automatically for interlacing patterns by running x264 in TFF and BFF mode, comparing its statistics. This method is often successful but not fail-proof. Your brain is better at it.
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    you need to learn AviSynth and use QTMGC
    That is right, or use for example Hybrid, which has avisynth and Vapoursynth filters and so in GUI.
    But I'm satisfied with Yadif bob temporal spatial check with proper field order.

    Bernix
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    Originally Posted by kalemvar1 View Post
    Hello users

    First, I would like to mention that I've read MANY articles and about the subject and tried many ways and softwares without achieving the real searched look desired.

    Is it really possible to keep the smoothest of the interlaced encoding once converted in progressive ?

    I'm really friendly with VirtualDub and I encode the final .MKV files with TMPGEnc Mastering Works 6.

    Is there I real true guide out there ? or can someone can give a step-by-step guide ? (both for Video and film)

    Thanks

    Kalemvar
    Easy way?? Just read this tutorial. Its perfect for you

    Link: Spirton 60fps

    Just include Deinterlaced using Yadif.



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    I ran across this post in which _Al_ wrote some scripts, one for deinterlacing. I've tried many programs and methods such as BorisFX in Vegas, Virtual dub using Bob and Yadif, but I've have always been very disappointed. Al's scripts use QTGMC which creates frames out of fields and reassembles them to 60p. The footage looks vivid and alive. The footage and colors look slightly better than the original (when examining still frames) but certainly better on motion. Typically, my 15.8 gig source file was reduced to 1.9 gigs. Here's the link - you won't be disappointed.

    https://forum.videohelp.com/threads/370304-How-do-convert-a-Digital8-AVI-to-play-on-a-Roku3
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