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  1. My .avs file:
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    D = TDeint(mode=2, mtnmode=3, blim=100)
    TFM(slow=1, clip2=D, output="output.txt", debug=true)
    TDecimate(mode=1)
    My question is, if there is no leftover interlacing (i.e in the debug output it says "CLEAN FRAME" for all the frames), is TDeint() still called? Does the encoding go faster if all the frames are clean?
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  2. Originally Posted by Vitality View Post
    My question is, if there is no leftover interlacing (i.e in the debug output it says "CLEAN FRAME" for all the frames), is TDeint() still called?
    No. But you might also try:

    TFM(slow=1,Display=true)
    TDecimate(mode=1)


    Play it and if deinterlaced then it says "DEINTERLACED". But I don't know why you'd use TDeint as the post-processor as the one TFM uses by default is nearly identical. Ordinarily, if using a different post-processor people use QTGMC or something else better than TDeint.

    If nothing has to be post-processed then I suppose the encode goes very slightly faster.
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