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  1. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IG7yGbP9OLk&t=892s.
    I watched a video on Youtube and I noticed the video is deinterlaced. It looks very smooth and it shows colour pixels leaving behind the movement. I'm looking for this setting. If anyone can tell what type of deinterlacing is I would be appreciated. I am using AviSynth and it has many deinterlacing options. I am wondering if AviSynth has that setting.
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  2. You want poor deinterlacing with chroma blending artifacts? It looks like Yadif with a ConvertToYV12() instead of ConvertToYV12(interlaced=true).
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    Agreed, that sample video looks like a catalog of dumb noob mistakes.
    - My sister Ann's brother
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  4. I downloaded and installed Yadif in AviSynth Plugins, but AviSynth does not seem to recognise it. Here's how I installed. Image
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  5. Yadif is a little different than most AviSynth filters. It won't autoload when in the plugins folder. You have to use a special import in your script:

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    Load_Stdcall_plugin("C:\path\to\yadif.dll")
    On my computer AviSynth is installed in: "C:\Program Files (x86)\AviSynth\". I put yadif.dll in AviSynth's plugins folder (even though it doesn't autoload on its own). Then I use an avsi script in the plugins folder to autoload yadif.dll so I don't have to remember to manually include it in my script. The Yadif.avsi script looks like:

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    Load_Stdcall_plugin("C:\Program Files (x86)\AviSynth\plugins\yadif.dll")
    If you have AviSynth installed elsewhere you'll need to modify the path to match.

    If you want good deinterlacing use QTGMC instead. It looks like you have it installed already.

    If you really want those chroma blending artifacts you can create them manually with MergeChroma(Blur(0.0, 1.0)) before deinterlacing (assuming your source is interlaced YV12).
    Last edited by jagabo; 31st Aug 2018 at 11:50.
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  6. I borrowed this idea from someone for loading the two C plugins I use regularly. They're not in the standard Avisynth plugins folder, so doing it this way means if I move or delete them, leaving the avsi script in the auto-loading folder won't prevent Avisynth from running.

    AVSInpaint = "C:\Program Files\AviSynth\C Plugins\AVSInpaint.dll"
    exist(AVSInpaint) ? Load_Stdcall_Plugin(AVSInpaint) : nop

    Yadif = "C:\Program Files\AviSynth\C Plugins\Yadif.dll"
    exist(Yadif) ? Load_Stdcall_Plugin(Yadif) : nop
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  7. Blur() has no input video:

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    video = MergeChroma(video, Blur(video, 0.0, 1.0))
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  8. I need another help with deinterlacing. QTGMC or Yadif do not really help with some interlaced videos, but separate fields does help removing undesired horizontal line artifacts. However, the video gets shaky when I use that deinterlace. Is there any AviSynth filter that stabilises it?
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  9. Post a sample of your source.
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    Originally Posted by jseo13579 View Post
    As jagabo mentioned, if you want the problem analyzed, post some of your source - not the results
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    . I don't understand what specifically he's saying, but I think this is what I'm asked for. If not, please be more specific.
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  12. Geez, where do people come up with scripts like this?

    Originally Posted by jseo13579 View Post
    I don't understand what specifically he's saying
    He's asking for a sample - a video sample from your 'source'. Untouched and maybe 10 seconds with steady movement. No one wants your results; no one wants the bad script you used.
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    Honestly, yadif shouldn't even be used in Avisynth.
    Go QTGMC, nothing else.
    Or, if you really want yadif, at least go the yadifmod() route.
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  14. Here's untouched video
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    • File Type: mp4 N.mp4 (89.00 MB, 26 views)
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  15. Most of that clip has the top field below the bottom field. Use:

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    LSmashVideoSource("Downloads\N.mp4") 
    SwapFields()
    AssumeBFF()
    QTGMC()
    The first few seconds with the Playstation logo don't have the field swap. So don't use SwapFields() on that section if you prefer. Also, it has interlaced frames encoded as progressive so there will be some chroma blending artifacts. And it has duplicate frames here and there where the capture device dropped a frame and inserted a duplicate.
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  16. Originally Posted by jseo13579 View Post
    Here's untouched video
    It's been "touched" by handbrake

    Writing application : HandBrake 1.1.1 2018061800

    The "untouched" video would be "Tekken 4.m2ts" . If you need to cut a segment, you can use tsmuxer
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  17. Nice catch poisondeathray, but I disabled deinterlace while processing it, so it looks exactly the same as the original one.
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  18. Originally Posted by jseo13579 View Post
    Nice catch poisondeathray, but I disabled deinterlace while processing it, so it looks exactly the same as the original one.
    But why would you do that when you were asked specifically for an untouched sample? 10 seconds is all that's needed. A short scene of someone walking or some other sort of movement. You're the one asking for help. If you want help, then provide what's asked for.
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  19. Hi, I also have another question about deinterlacing. As you can see the image, you can see interlaced artifact on the face. Normally, my captured interlaced videos don't show this, but this game is unique. Can you tell me what type of deinterlacing would be a solution for this? Image
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  20. Supply a short sample of your SOURCE VIDEO. How many times to you have to be told this?
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  21. Okay, sorry about that. Here.
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  22. QTGMC didn't have any problem with that here.

    Code:
    LWLibavVideoSource("12-10-2019_01.m2ts") 
    QTGMC()
    There's a little bouncing up and down on some of the horizontal elements but otherwise it's very cleanly deinterlaced. At the original frame size:

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    Though there is some kind of problem with the source. Some ghosting a little below some horizontal elements.
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    speaking of deinterlacing, anyone know that method that CRT TVs use where 29.97FPS interlaced prints of shows would have their frames reduced noticeably when viewed on CRTs? It would result in animations and movements looking rougher and choppier and I would like to know the exact framerate number result from that
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  24. CRT televisions played 59.94 fields per second.
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