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Old 17th March 2019, 15:15   #21  |  Link
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Originally Posted by kolak View Post
For that you just encode with interlace flagging. There is no need to make content really interlaced.
Sure. I just remember cases from the early days of DVD where "pseudo-interlaced" was created by phase shifting fields, means taking the top field from the current frame and the bottom field from the next frame of a progressive source. It didn't look nice when throwing a deinterlacer at such footage instead of matching the fields to restore the original progressive frames. Interestingly, such material was even proposed for testing deinterlacers.
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