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Old 12th February 2009, 17:47   #1  |  Link
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Fast moving part of image is distorted (interlacing?)

Hi everybody,

I'm a newbie in using Avisynth, and now i'm facing a problem.
When I load a DV-video in media player (via Avisynth) the fast moving part is distorted. The not moving pats looks OK. I don't use any filters, and the only row in the "AVS" file is "AviSource("Clip 01 01.avi")". When I use the clip directly in media player, the video is of much higher quality.
Who van help me?
Thanks.

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Old 12th February 2009, 18:05   #2  |  Link
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Seems like interlacing. WMP takes care of deinterlacing when playing DV files. Editing software usually requires that you explicit tell it to.
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Old 12th February 2009, 20:05   #3  |  Link
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Indeed, sounds like interlacing.

A couple of questions:

1) What is your goal with this DV video source - i.e. what are you doing with it?
2) What is your desired output format, and/or playback device?

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Old 13th February 2009, 21:00   #4  |  Link
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Hi Guys,

Thanks for your response.
I have deinterlaced my DV with “smoothDeinterlace, and everything looks much better now.
Thanks for you help.
The video I would like to process in my home-made DV,
The DV is shot with my Sony SD camera, and now I would like to show it on my Flatscreen HD TV.
So I would like to upsize it from 720 x 576 to 1920 x 1080p. (PAL)
Then I like to convert it to H.264, and play it from my HDD.
I like to concept of Avisynth, but because of the overwhelming amount of filters it is very difficult to make a choice. I understand that there are no good or bad filters, because every author has written his filter with certain goals in mind, but for a newbie like me very difficult to make a choice.
Now my second question: what upsize filter should I use to get good quality with the video I like to create (X264)

Again, thanks for the fast and great support.
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Old 13th February 2009, 23:35   #5  |  Link
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You want to upconvert SD DV to HD, better than your TV can do it?

Search SD HD upconversion.

Start with a better deinterlacer. e.g. mcbob or tgmc

Don't expect miracles.

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