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  1. Hello,

    if I remember correctly, I saw another thread here in the forum about this topic but I can't find it anymore.
    Anyway, I have a video here probably shot on film which is mixed with which seem to be interlaced parts.
    What would be the best method to deinterlace or maybe IVTC the video?
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  2. There is nothing interlaced in terms of content. There are frame repeats with extra fields, that's why you see "combing" in some sections. The highest content framerate is 25 samples/sec . (Interlaced content would have 50 samples/sec)

    So, just field match

    Code:
    FFVideoSource("example.avi")
    AssumeTFF()
    TFM()
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  3. Originally Posted by poisondeathray View Post
    So, just field match

    Code:
    FFVideoSource("example.avi")
    AssumeTFF()
    TFM()
    Thanks for the answer! Works perfectly.
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  4. Somehow now I get the error "There is no function named TFM". I already put the DLL in the plugins folder, but it still gives me that error.
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  5. Originally Posted by phelissimo_ View Post
    Somehow now I get the error "There is no function named TFM". I already put the DLL in the plugins folder, but it still gives me that error.
    https://github.com/pinterf/TIVTC/releases

    What avisynth version ? What plugin version ?

    It might be that you are using mixed x86, x64 pathways

    What application are you using ? Its it the same as your avisynth version ?

    eg. If you're using vdub2 x64, you'd need avisynth x64, and the x64 version of the TIVTC.dll plugin
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  6. Originally Posted by poisondeathray View Post
    What avisynth version ? What plugin version ?

    It might be that you are using mixed x86, x64 pathways
    AviSynth+ 3.6.1, plugin version: v1.0.26 (TIVTC-v1.0.26.7z, x86)
    Plugin is in the "plugins+"-folder.
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    Originally Posted by poisondeathray View Post
    What application are you using ? Its it the same as your avisynth version ?

    eg. If you're using vdub2 x64, you'd need avisynth x64, and the x64 version of the TIVTC.dll plugin
    I am using VirtualDub2 Build 44282/release x86.


    EDIT: I put the plugin mistakenly in the folder of a older AviSynth+-Version I am not using anymore. That's why it didn't work. It does work now.
    Last edited by phelissimo_; 24th Apr 2021 at 11:45.
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