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Old 19th September 2015, 04:27   #1  |  Link
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About nnedi3/eedi3 and _FieldBased property

When _FieldBased is set to TFF or BFF, the 'field' argument in nnedi3/eedi3 will also be overridden by _FieldBased when dh=True.
While under most cases, dh=True is not meant for de-interlace, but for upscaling or anti-aliasing.
I think this behavior is inappropriate since sometimes you might get a video clip marked as interlaced without actual combing, then it can mess up some upscaling or anti-aliasing scripts.

PS. eedi2 doesn't have this problem
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I think you're right.

(Sorry about the late reply. Other threads pushed this one out of sight and I also forgot.)
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Thanks for your reply.
Moreover, when dh=True, the property _Field should be used instead. It might be useful for example, if you want to interpolate the fields derived from SeparateFields.
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Fixed in nnedi3 v9.
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