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Old 1st April 2009, 21:36   #1  |  Link
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Deinterlacing true interlaced video

Hello,

I want to deinterlace the videos I made with a NTSC video camera. It produces truly interlaced (fields have time shift) video.
I was searching these forums over the years for deinterlacers. The last one I tried which was pretty good was MCBob. I can remember about 1 year ago when I searched the forums that there was another script based deinterlacer in development with really good results, but I can't find the thread anymore!

Can someone please point me to the latest (developed) deinterlacers so that I can try them out?

Thanks in advance,
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Newest deinterlacer I can think of is TempGaussMC -- Even slower than MCBob but it works pretty well.
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I second TempGaussMC. There are a couple of mods floating around, so watch out. You may be able to find a good version on the Avisynth Wiki.
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What is a good "fast" deinterlacer for NTSC DV camcorder footage? I've been using Yadif, but it leaves some tiny artifacts...

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I can't find a thread that talks about TempGaussMC and posts the script or something like that. All I could find is that it is not a real bobber b/c it modifies the original field. This is what I "want" because I go from 60i to 30f.
Was MCBob further developed after v0.3c which is what I tested? I once saw a mention of MCBobMod but couldn't find a script either.

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I found a link to TempGaussMC on http://avisynth.org/mediawiki/Extern...#Deinterlacing but it was broken ...
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YADIFMod with NNEDI handling the interpolation is pretty damned good

Also, you can try TDeint with TMM and NNEDI, but that's pretty damned slow. You might want to try MCBob or some of the "other" high quality deinterlacers that aren't glacially slow like TempGaussMC.

I think most of the "mod" scripts use NNEDI instead of eedi2, or vice versa. Not totally sure

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