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    The shaking lines. I've seen this with a lot of uploads of old NFL broadcasts:

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MH0iffeqeI4
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    Any ideas?
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    What shaking lines are you talking about?

    I suspect the reason you didn't get a response is because no one knows what you mean
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  4. Poor deinterlacing and incomplete dot craw removal. Exacerbated by upscaling SD to HD.
    Last edited by jagabo; 24th Mar 2021 at 20:34.
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    Originally Posted by jagabo View Post
    Poor deinterlacing and incomplete dot craw removal. Exacerbated by upscaling SD to HD.
    Is there a reason just about every professional old video transfer seems to have this dot crawl problem (I take it this was probably from 1-inch Type C videotape)?
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    I don't know about poor deinterlace. The main errors I see are on pure diagonal lines, and even QTGMC can choke at times. I think the bigger issue is softer capture with bad sharpening post-deinterlace.

    It really does look like a DV conversion. The "KICKOFF" banner at the start of the video really gives it away, all the jaggy red with a hue changes, block noise around the letters. Main lesson here: Don't use DV converters. Those are crap.
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