Mpeg2source can only open d2v index files created by DGIndex (which can index m2v/mpg/vob, etc.)
No surprise it didn't work
Error code 126 is a general error usually related to a dependency issue one way or another.
Try AvsMeter on your plugins library to see if it finds any errors -
Since I can't read the error in your image due to the language, I'm only guessing
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Last edited by davexnet; 19th Nov 2023 at 20:35.
Last edited by davexnet; 19th Nov 2023 at 21:51.
Yes, it assumes "convertFPS" was at one time previously used in the past to increase the frame rate,
so for RestoreFPS, you have to provide the original frame rate (which must be less than it is now)
EDIT I just saw this post, poisondeathray used double rate deinterlace first, to go from 25 > 50 fps,
then he used this filter
Last edited by davexnet; 20th Nov 2023 at 00:27.
Are you using the original source such as in post #8 ?
Your MP4 ("Master - Vogue Soft....MP4") if similar to the one in post # 1 isn't the same; and has already been single rate deinterlaced. It's missing fields so you won't get proper deblending with restorefps
However, I also tried with the same source that you worked with (25 fps interlaced), I did the decoupling process and also the "RestoreFPS" phase, but I didn't get your result with smooth frames.
Is this because I didn't get to the RemapFrames stage or is it unrelated?
The smoothness required both RemapFrames and RIFE , but also Trim to put it into phase for that sample . It's explained in the post .
Try it on the actual sample in post #8, so you can learn what the script is doing, so you can make adjustments and apply it to full video
Even if you weren't making it smoother, the deblending is the 1st critical step for everything including denoising, upscaling . If you upscale blurry blended image, it's going to look worse than upscaling a non blurry image