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Old 30th May 2008, 01:49   #1  |  Link
bokonon
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Restoring PAL to 23.976FPS

I'm trying to encode a PAL DVD which was badly transferred from NTSC and therfore is field blended in order to play at 25FPS

To do this i have discovered the MRestore plugin (thanks bishop, who first mentioned it to me when i was doing Casshern) and this is my script:

Code:
import("C:\Program Files\AviSynth 2.5\plugins\Mrestore.avs")
DGDecode_mpeg2source("D:\[[ Encoding ]]\03 - Clean\1.d2v",info=3)
ColorMatrix()

#Restore to 23.976FPS 
                tdeint(mode=1)
                Mrestore(mthresh=0.5,dclip=last.crop(16,16,-14,-12))

Crop(6, 70, -12, -74)
How would you test to see if MRestore has definitely done its job properly? I have uploaded a sample to rapidshare of a quick test encode with this avs script.

http://rapidshare.com/files/11869508...oreattempt.mkv

It looks like there are still some field blended frames:



Here's a sample of the source which contains the following files:

D:\[[ Encoding ]]\03 - Clean\CLEAN SOURCE SAMPLE.demuxed.m2v
D:\[[ Encoding ]]\03 - Clean\CLEAN SOURCE SAMPLE T01 2_0ch 224Kbps DELAY -128ms.ac3
D:\[[ Encoding ]]\03 - Clean\CLEAN SOURCE SAMPLE.d2v

http://www.mediafire.com/?3gdgbxwvfjc

What do u think?
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