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As you can see with this attached GIF, its blending frames together, its almost like motion blur, or SVPFlow kind of thing.
I want to use QTGMC with absolutely no filtering. No denoising, No SVPFlow sort of thing, just deinterlace.
The script im using right now is:
havsfunc = importlib.machinery.SourceFileLoader('havsfunc', r"C:\[ENCODING]\StaxRip\126.96.36.199\Apps\Plugins\VS\Scripts\havsfunc.py").loa d_module()
clip = core.d2v.Source(r"E:\American Dad Stuff\SD\S01\S01E01\S01E01.d2v")
clip = havsfunc.QTGMC(clip, Preset="Placebo", TFF=True)
clip = core.vivtc.VDecimate(clip, cycle=5)
clip = clip[::2]
The original clip is "24000/1001" Progressive with a Scan Type of 2:3 Pulldown, but when using DGIndex, the resulting .d2v file is still interlaced (when ignoring pulldown flags)
Does anyone have any ideas?
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Last edited by PRAGMA; 1st Jul 2019 at 18:48.
That's a very common problem with QTGMC.
QTGMC know to have problems especially with this type of animation
But what is the reason for deinterlacing in the first place ? Usually animation is not interlaced
Can you get a clean IVTC ? Or just bad source ?
QTGMC it's a very good tool but it's not the best tool for everything. Here I use yadifmod2() for simple things that doesn't require the power of QTGMC.
As poisondeathray said, animation in general are not interlaced unless it's a bad source.
You have to experiment with the "sourcematch" and "lossless" parameters in QTGMC. An edgemask would also help.