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  1. I am pretty sure the question in the title is theoretically impossible, based on my research.

    But I'm curious if there is a way to reduce the blended appearance; not to restore the original, but to suppress the appearance of the blending in some way.

    I have PAL footage that was blend-deinterlaced, it has blending on every frame.

    Is there anything, and I mean anything, that can be done to reduce the blending?
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    Originally Posted by embis2003 View Post
    I am pretty the question in the title is theoretically impossible, based on my research.

    But I'm curious if there is a way to reduce the blended appearance; not to restore the original, but to suppress the appearance of the blending in someway.

    I have PAL footage that was blend-deinterlaced, it has blending on every frame.

    Is there anything, and I mean anything, that can be done to reduce the blending?
    Post a sample, showing some steady movement. 10 - 20 seconds should be enough
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  3. Originally Posted by davexnet View Post
    Originally Posted by embis2003 View Post
    I am pretty the question in the title is theoretically impossible, based on my research.

    But I'm curious if there is a way to reduce the blended appearance; not to restore the original, but to suppress the appearance of the blending in someway.

    I have PAL footage that was blend-deinterlaced, it has blending on every frame.

    Is there anything, and I mean anything, that can be done to reduce the blending?
    Post a sample, showing some steady movement. 10 - 20 seconds should be enough
    Here you go, its attached below.

    I should probably note, its blend-deinterlaced PAL video with duplicates to make it 30 fps.

    btw the original doesn't have that harsh blocking, it has a little but not that much, that was just from the rencode.
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  4. There's no fix for that.
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  5. Originally Posted by jagabo View Post
    There's no fix for that.
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