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  1. Greetings to all

    I have problems to de-interlace this DVD PAL, i try everything (QTGMC , TFM , YADIF , handbrake, Vidcoder, etc , etc .......etc)

    All these Deinterlace plugins give me a bad results... apparently this PAL DVD it is not easy... the resulting progressive video always stops from a moment to another and you notice that it does not have total fluidity, etc.

    could you please help me to Deinterlace in an effective way this video

    thank you very much.


    https://www107.zippyshare.com/v/1iq5FclL/file.html

    https://drive.google.com/uc?id=1Z4TEfNZU_HZPj8V4c05zH-CBFWuFiNg6&export=download
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    Not something I do but playing the video through vlc with various de-interlace methods does produce a smooth playback (only played a part since this is not to my taste)

    So I would also look at your overall encoding process.

    You might even upload the equivalent de-interlaced video from the above for comparison purposes.
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    I didn't notice a problem, deinterlace > bob, set frame rate to 50.
    Can do this easily in Vidcoder/Handbrake
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  4. As mentioned, there's nothing wrong with it. However, using either QTGMC or Yadif(Mode=1) I had to add AssumeTFF just before them. AviSynth assumes BFF and sometimes you have to change the field order. That was true for the sample. I have no idea about the whole thing.
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