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Old 29th December 2010, 10:34   #1  |  Link
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VRO MPEG2 question

I have a Panasonic camcorder, the final result is PAL 25 fps interlaced 704x576, I want to encode to H264 MKV to save space. When I see the mkv on LCD the quality is worse and I think is because I de-interlace ? What can I do to save space and have ~ same quality like the primary source (VRO file)?
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Why reencode? Because it's trendy to use H.264 and/or MKV? You need space? There are plenty of camcorders, cellphones and photocameras that can film directly in H.264, saving you not only space but also the time to convert.

You can "reauthor" the DVD using TDA any version, almost transparent for the quality, then burn the result on a DVD. People not knowing how to properly use software would obtain better results if they let the player/TV do the deinterlacing for them (as you told us, since the LCDs are non-interlaced).
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His source is probably MPEG2 8-12 mbps, and he probably wants to compress to h264 for less size.
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There are camcorder files, never 12Mbps, probably around 6 or less.
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Old 30th December 2010, 06:50   #6  |  Link
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My source is VRO MPEG2 17-18 minutes ~ 1,3 Gb (~ 9543 Kbps/s), I want to encode to save space. I made some tests and if I use TFF50 (deinterlace in Ripbot) the result is much much better, problem solved .
Another test with HCEnc with TomsMoComp as a deinterlace filter, the result is very good but the size of the file is bigger. I go with the mkv it's "trendy" .

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Try something newer than TomsMoComp. YADIF (or ideally YADIFMod + NNEDI3) is a great way to start. QTGMC if you can spend some time

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I try QTGMC Deinterlacing Script, the result is AMAZING; every day in this forum I learn something new thank you
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