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Old 16th May 2020, 05:39   #10  |  Link
poisondeathray
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Originally Posted by Katie Boundary View Post
Nonetheless, getting the video from the VOB file to the AVS script and then deinterlacing it can be more easily done in CFR. There's no benefit to bothering with VFR during those steps. Once that's done, it can be converted to VFR, and then temporal cleanup can be applied.
Yes, but "deinterlacing" should only be used on parts that need to be deinterlaced; otherwise you degrade >90% of the footage

It should be IVTCing parts that need to be IVTCed (>90%) , and additional filters for problem sections

Avisynth is technically CFR only anyways; it's the exported timecodes (timestamps) that make the final output VFR

If it's mostly 23.976p, and some 29.97p sections, it's easier. But some people said there were "interlaced" sections; if that' s true, (actual sections with 59.94 different moments in time represented, not fades, not text overlays ), it's harder because 2pass TFM using mode 5 won't pick those up
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