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Cho
18th April 2009, 14:10
I'm new to avisynth and now looking for high quality deinterlacer. From the avisynth filter introduction page (http://avisynth.org/mediawiki/Filter_introduction), it mentions that "right now TomsMoComp is a favorite". Just wanna know if this statement is up to date and if majority of users agree with it...

Guest
18th April 2009, 14:26
That is very outdated. There are newer and better ones. You'll have to do some research here in the forum threads.

halsboss
18th April 2009, 16:21
Tdeint, Yadif and its variants (yadifmod?) seem to have gotten favourable comments, also when combined with nnedi too.

Cho
19th April 2009, 04:28
I found this thread for TDeint: http://forum.doom9.org/showthread.php?t=82264
But it's intimidating, 60 pages... Do I need to go through most/all of the posts in it to understand the proper usage of the deinterlacer?

Has anyone ever compiled the floating information into a thread of FAQ/tutorial which guides average users on how to use those latest deinterlacers with best practices? I guess no one has done that. (Otherwise, it must be a sticky material.) Then, could anyone advise the right way to learn using the advanced deinterlacer? Which are the good threads to look at? Are there any sample scripts?

lych_necross
19th April 2009, 07:01
The guides on this site are outdated. Try this guide on deinterlacing (http://www.animemusicvideos.org/guides/avtechbeta/progressive.html). I know the site is geared towards anime music videos; however, the avisynth guide is very solid.

halsboss
19th April 2009, 08:02
Each one usually has a manual.. That's how I found out how to use it. Plus sample scripts in the later pages of posts. No silver platter with using any programs, you'll have to work for your living.