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Old 30th September 2010, 18:10   #1  |  Link
AlekseiV
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Hybrid source with interlaced credits -- how to work with?

I have obviously done something wrong with my scripts.

I have a hybrid film/video DVD ("A Colbert Christmas"). I used two scripts based off AnimeIVTC to do the deinterlacing/detelecining for VFR output, but it fails on the credits section; it can't decide if they are interlaced or film, so on some frames it deinterlaces them and on others it detelecines them. Badly, since the credits are 30i.

Here are the two scripts I've used:

PHP Code:
#Pass 1
SetMemoryMax(800)
DGDecode_mpeg2source("W:\Ripping\A_COLBERT_CHRISTMAS\VIDEO_TS\Colbert.d2v"info=3)
input i.ColorMatrix(hints=trueinterlaced=truethreads=0)

edeint input.nnedi2(-2)
emask input.tmm(1)

tovfr input.TFM(slow=2output="tfm.txt",clip2=input.TDeint(2,edeint=edeint,emask=emask))
pass1 tovfr.TDecimate(4output="stats.txt")
return 
pass1 
PHP Code:
#Pass 2
SetMemoryMax(800)
SetMTMode(2,5)

input AviSource("Colbert_pass1.avi").Crop(10,18,-6,-18)
SetMTMode(2)
decimated input.TDecimate(5,hybrid=2,tfmin="tfm.txt",input="stats.txt",mkvout="timecodes.txt"batch=true)
return 
decimated 
I don't want to use the full AnimeIVTC script since it is huge and complicated and has hanged on me.
How do I tell Avisynth to just do a straight deinterlace on frames 77060 to 79652 during the first pass? Or is my script terrible and I need to change something?

Thanks.
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Old 1st October 2010, 05:36   #2  |  Link
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Split video to parts and deinterlace it separately.
or use a QTGMC with desire frame rate...
QTGMC().srestore(frate=23.976)

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Old 2nd October 2010, 06:55   #3  |  Link
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Split video to parts and deinterlace it separately.
or use a QTGMC with desire frame rate...
QTGMC().srestore(frate=23.976)
Wouldn't this make my output be CFR?
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Old 2nd October 2010, 16:30   #4  |  Link
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u can trim and deinterlace them before tdecimate
ie

PHP Code:
SetMemoryMax(800
pointX=55546#the last frame of video before credits

DGDecode_mpeg2source("W:\Ripping\A_COLBERT_CHRISTMAS\VIDEO_TS\Colbert.d2v"info=3
input i.ColorMatrix(hints=trueinterlaced=truethreads=0

edeint input.nnedi2(-2
emask input.tmm(1

tovfr input.TFM(slow=2output="tfm.txt",clip2=input.TDeint(2,edeint=edeint,emask=emask)) 
credits input.qtgmc().srestore(frate=30.0/1.001)
deinterlaced trim(tovfr0pointX)+trim(creditspointX+10)
pass1 deinterlaced.TDecimate(4output="stats.txt"
return 
pass1 
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Old 2nd October 2010, 19:00   #5  |  Link
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Wouldn't this make my output be CFR?
Remove srestore, put selectodd/even and manually create/edit timecodes, set the credits range at 30000/1001 fps.

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Old 19th October 2010, 21:54   #6  |  Link
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Sorry for asking in this thread, is related to the question.

What if i have a hybrid clip mainly interlaced but with 2 defined parts telecined in the middle.

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