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    Hi all,

    I have a few PAL DVDs that are mixed progressive and interlaced at a ratio of about 90% progressive. I am curious on thoughts on how to handle this. I see a few options:

    1) QTGMC to double fps to 50
    2) QTGMC with SelectEven
    3) Using something to drop duplicate frames and make the encode variable frame rate. Any scripts for this?

    Are one of these methods preferred or is there another option I'm missing?

    Thanks!
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  2. 1,2) Depends on the source, how critical the motion in the interlaced sections are. 1 would look the same as watching the DVD.
    3) DeDup()
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  3. Originally Posted by gamjerr View Post
    Hi all,

    I have a few PAL DVDs that are mixed progressive and interlaced at a ratio of about 90% progressive. I am curious on thoughts on how to handle this. I see a few options:

    1) QTGMC to double fps to 50
    2) QTGMC with SelectEven
    3) Using something to drop duplicate frames and make the encode variable frame rate. Any scripts for this?

    Are one of these methods preferred or is there another option I'm missing?

    Thanks!
    With QTGMC there is progress input with Bad de-interlace option. Which does not double the frames.

    QTGMC( Preset = "Slower", InputType= 2 or 3). You could see if it works for the video.
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