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    I have a video which was interlaced but was converted to progressive without doing any deinterlace, is that still possible to "deinterlace" the video ?
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    In general, the encoding type is independent of the actual content; but the disadvantages of progressively encoded interlaced (combed) material are 1. a heavy loss of quality in combed areas of video scenes in motion, and 2. an undesired averaging of chrominance, especially between red and blue hues.
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