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Old 29th April 2013, 12:56   #1  |  Link
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field brightness average

I got a ntsc dvd and after tfm I got frames like this

there're stripes over frame and the reason is the fade's done after telecining
I tried vinverse or using a deinterlacer and they both didn't work out ideally
I guess if there's a filter can average the brightness of top and bottom fields, the problem will be fixed perfectly
is there a filter can do the job ?
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Maybe this thread can give you a couple of ideas.
In any case, is always best to post a sample.
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yes,I read about that thread, but still no solution
wait a minute I'll upload a sample
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here's the sample
I trimmed by DGIndex
http://www.mediafire.com/?tpqg19dz94yo5ow
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and this fading artifacts interferes tfm too, many frames like this can actually be matched successfully like the picture I posted
but tfm didn't match correct fields together because of this
it took me a long time to write a long override file to match fields manually
I wonder if there's an automatic way to match fields correctly without being disturbed by this fading thing
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