(looked at this years ago and there wasn't really a good solution for it back then)
Wondering how should one deinterlace/ivtc content like the attached file nowadays in Avisynth/Vapoursynth?
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Try with something like
I did also some tests with TFM().Tdecimate() for various settings (not exhaustive) but DGTelecide seems to perform better in this case (less frames with residual moire)
Last edited by Sharc; 26th Feb 2022 at 06:05.
TFM(pp=1) or TFM(pp=2) will work better but not as good as DGTelecide() above. Note that any real interlaced frames will not be deinterlaced by the former, and will be blend deinterlaced by the latter.
A "manual" IVTC works best of all (sample attached):
Mpeg2Source("Moire Test.d2v", CPU2="ooooxx", Info=3) SeparateFields().SelectEvery(10, 0,1, 3,4, 6,7, 8,9).Weave() Crop(8,0,-8,-0)
Last edited by jagabo; 26th Feb 2022 at 08:18.
Nice! Thanks! Probably will go with DGTelecide then for most cases, since having to adjust the patterns manually often is not worth the effort.users currently on my ignore list: deadrats, Stears555
Since these are from a DVD you might get lucky and find that there are no (or very few) breaks in the telecine pattern.
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