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Old 3rd December 2004, 02:44   #1  |  Link
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deinterlacing spesific ranges in video

Hi guys, I'm trying to XviD a particular video and most of its fine but at two points it becomes interlaced for a few minutes.
The first time it's interlaced for about 5m30s and the second for around 10m before returning to normal stream.
I've never seen anything like this before and its really surprised me.
I don't know too much about avisynth usage and it all looks very confusing to me but I'm wondering if there's a way I can turn on and off a deinterlace filter using something like range.
If anyone else knows a way this could be resolved I'd love to hear it.

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Old 3rd December 2004, 11:57   #2  |  Link
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Use ApplyRange with your deinterlace filter of choice.
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Thanks a bunch for that plugin stickboy, I've just applied it to about 5 different projects I'd not even thought about previously.

For anyone else interested, you can get it by downloading "jdl-range.avsi" from here and I'm using it like:
ApplyRange(66789, 74376, "TomsMoComp",1,5,1)
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Quote:
Originally posted by Panning
Thanks a bunch for that plugin stickboy, I've just applied it to about 5 different projects I'd not even thought about previously.

For anyone else interested, you can get it by downloading "jdl-range.avsi" from here and I'm using it like:
ApplyRange(66789, 74376, "TomsMoComp",1,5,1)
Actually, ApplyRange is a built-in function of AviSynth - no download neccessary...

You might be thinking of JDL_ApplyRange - I think that's what Stickboy called his functions...

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