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:
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,
PS. Sorry, my English is not perfect, but I try to do my best
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Yes, I have used QTGMC!
But there appear the Motionblur and Double Contours...
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
Has someone any idea?
This helps a little:
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()
Thank you, but its not really help to avoid the "Ghosting"-Edges...
Is there another Filter or Software for this?
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.