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Old 2nd February 2012, 10:57   #1  |  Link
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How to do good deinterlacing with mencoder ?

Just wondering is there a side somewhere that has some recommendations or can someone here recommend which and how to use mencoders deinterlacers for what content?

- for normal interlaced material
- for telecine material
- for bobbing
- for progressive-interlaced hybrid material
- for progressive-telecine hybrid material
- for interlaced-telecine hybrid material

for normal interlacing I know of:
- yadif=0
- kerndeint
- yadif=1|3,mcdeint=0|1|2|3
- tfields=1,mcdeint=0|1|2|3
- pp=lb|fd|li|md

for telecine I know of:
- pullup,softskip
- filmdint
- decimate=2:1000:1600:.001 -ofps 24000/1001
- yadif=3:1,mcdeint=0:1:10,framestep=2,filmdint=dint_thres=256
- yadif=3:1,mcdeint=1:1:10,framestep=2,filmdint=dint_thres=256
- yadif=3:1,mcdeint=2:1:10,framestep=2,filmdint=dint_thres=256

as bobber I know of:
- yadif=1
- yadif=3

but I'm unsure what of these choices would be a good recommendation and what to do with hybrid material?

Since I'm definitely no pro when it comes to deinterlacing and deinterlacing&mencoder I was wondering if some of the users here could share their experience and recommend something.

I know avisynth can be used through wine, but I really don't want to use wine and avisynth or other tools. My question is: What are good/recommend ways to handle interlacing with mencoder ?

Cu Selur

Ps.: yes, I know of http://guru.multimedia.cx/deinterlacing-filters/ (from 2006)
Hybrid here in the forum, homepage
Notice: Since email notifications do not work here any more, it might take me quite some time to notice a reply to a thread,..

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