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Old 26th November 2022, 08:55   #1  |  Link
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Interlace detection on Linux?

I've always relied on MeGUI's interlace detection (and recommendation of deinterlace method) on Windows. I know people here may say it's not perfect, but it's been a good starting point for me.

MeGUI doesn't run in Wine, is there a decent interlace detection I can use on Linux, which could detect the type of interlacing and maybe even recommend a filter?

In many cases, I would like to use QTGMC through Vaporsynth, which Handbrake doesn't support.
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