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Old 26th January 2014, 12:00   #1  |  Link
EruPii
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Anime deblending problem

Hello,

I'd have a problem with anime VOB footage. So far I've managed to realize it's a 29.97 fps progressive source, but where are supposed to be interlaced frames, there are blendings. I tried to deblend them with FixBlendIVTC() which gives a quite good result, but the problem is that it can't remove all the blendings. That's why I searched for another deblending filter, I tried the previous filter with Unblend, Cdeblend and Srestore, but I can't use them properly, the result will be worse than with only FixBlendIVTC. That's why I ask for your help to find the most proper filters to deblend my source.

Here is a sample of the raw footage: https://mega.co.nz/#!hERQxRSQ!XciKhF...xT-xCtYjYG-JHU

And the part of my code I currently have to deblend:

Code:
FixBlendIVTC(sbd=true, mthresh=0.001)
TDecimate()

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Old 28th January 2014, 03:47   #2  |  Link
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Have you tried:

SRestore(omode=4, speed=3)
TDecimate(Mode=1)


It's far from perfect and has lots of problems with all the pans and scrolls, but is it any better than what you have now? You can thank your crappy source for the problems. Is this really a retail DVD?
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So far I've managed to realize it's a 29.97 fps progressive source
Yes, they blend deinterlaced a hard telecined source and encoded it as progressive. There's no excuse for this kind of sloppiness.
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Old 28th January 2014, 12:20   #3  |  Link
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Have you tried:

SRestore(omode=4, speed=3)
TDecimate(Mode=1)

Not yet, this source is the first I have to deblend. Anyway, it's the Thai release of this anime, and the first 3 episodes don't have this problem, only from 4+ (except one episode).

I tried this code, and the result is worse than before. Then I set SRestore's omode to pp1 and it gives better result than FixBlendIVTC. This could be a good starting point to fix this problem. Thank you for your help!
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Old 30th January 2014, 08:24   #4  |  Link
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Another one to try is ExBlend: http://forum.doom9.org/showthread.php?t=157337
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