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  1. Hi

    I have an old TV-Show on DVD...
    It seems there is an false Interlacing and that is why the Rolling Title (credits) are have an strong Motionblur if I deinterlaced it...

    Is there anyone who could help me?
    Maybe someone knows a good way to fix this Problem or knows an great AI-Tool to remove the Motionblur...

    Here you can download a Sample-File:
    https://we.tl/t-sHREUu129R

    The Goal is an Deinterlaced 50fps File with proper Deinterlacing and a smooth Rolling Title without Motionblur...

    Can anyone help me?
    I will be willing to pay (for example with PayPal), if someone could help me with that
    (there are some more Episodes of this TV-Show, which I need a fixed Rolling Title)

    Best regards from Germany,
    Christian

    PS. Sorry, my English is not perfect, but I try to do my best
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    What deinterlacer did you try? Doesn't look that bad using QTGMC in an Avisynth scropt
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  3. Yes, I have used QTGMC!
    But there appear the Motionblur and Double Contours...
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    Yes, if you look at the individual fields you can see this shimmering and uneven edges from the titles.
    QTGMC evens it out pretty well though, although the titles still have a slight shadow.

    Wait for further responses here, somebody may be able to diagnose further
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  5. Has someone any idea?
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  6. Could it be „Ghosting“ or Frameblending?
    I have not much experience with AVISynth... can someone help me?
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  7. This helps a little:

    Code:
    LWLibavVideoSource("Sample(1).mkv") 
    
    SeparateFields()
    before = last
    blurred = Blur(1.4, 1.0).Sharpen(1.0)
    blurred = Overlay(blurred, blurred.Trim(1,0).Crop(0,0,-0,-2).AddBorders(0,2,0,0), opacity=0.5)
    cmask =blurred.MaskHS(StartHue=0, EndHue=15, MinSat=10, MaxSat=150).mt_expand().mt_expand().mt_expand().Blur(1.0).BilinearResize(width, height)
    Overlay(before, blurred, mask=cmask)
    Weave()
    
    QTGMC()
    Note that it will only work well on the scrolling titles. For still titles you'll have to remove the second "blurred=..." The encoded attachment has the wrong color matrix and SAR but you get the idea.
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  8. Thank you, but its not really help to avoid the "Ghosting"-Edges...
    Is there another Filter or Software for this?
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    No.

    This is most likely a mixed-content type source, that was further harmed in the commercial DVD encode stage.
    Very common with pre-HD TV shows.

    I wouldn't really waste time on credits.
    Want my help? Ask here! (not via PM!)
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