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    I attempted to use jagabo's fix in my previous thread from a few years ago.

    Unfortunately nothing appears to fix the issue. I've even tried reordering the fields in to no avail.

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    Frames 189 and 193 in the attached m2v are stubbornly broken. I suspect what Brad said in the previous thread applies here as well:

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    There are only two frames in this clip that have combing, and they're caused by "dropped fields" that I suppose happened when the video was ingested for the DVD transfer.
    Still it's been almost two full years since that thread, so perhaps there's now a way to fix that and these better?
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  2. This works pretty well:

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    Mpeg2Source("messed_up_progressive.d2v", CPU2="ooooxx", Info=3) 
    TFM(field=0)
    Though I saw the frames as 177 and 181.
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    Indeed it does! Thank you.

    As for the discrepancy in frames numbers, I believe that was due to my using FFmpegSource2 to load the m2v in VirtualDub.

    Are there any benefits to using a d2v generated by DGIndex over dgi by DGIndexNV?
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  4. Originally Posted by GlitchBob View Post
    Indeed it does! Thank you.

    As for the discrepancy in frames numbers, I believe that was due to my using FFmpegSource2 to load the m2v in VirtualDub.
    Yes, same with LWLibavVideoSource(). Gives 12 repeated frames from the start.

    Are there any benefits to using a d2v generated by DGIndex over dgi by DGIndexNV?
    Not as I know. You can index the file with DGIndexNV as well, for same result.
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