#201 Mixed Progressive/Interlaced Source

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nobody
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2005-04-26
2005-04-20
Jason
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Sorry this seemed to be the only place to post this. I am
new to posting messages but am old in computer as my
first computer (VIC20) in 1983 and PCs and Macs since
1988.

I found a DVD that was not protected by digital
encryption however the video is a Progressive base with
various sections that are infact Interlaced!

This has been my subisition (working with other
programs) however until now I couldn't prove it. I was
wondering if a new routine could be added to detect this
and make the adjustment automatically?

This, I suggest, figures out if the input is (even or odd)
interlaced and convert those sections over to progressive
or vice versa to reconstruct the base video data feed.

To give an idea on how bad this is, some of the sections
are only five seconds long with progressive for two
seconds. This is just enough to cause a pulsing effect on
playback.

Discussion

  • Jason
    Jason
    2005-04-20

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    For clearity:

    15 mins Progressive
    5 secs interlace
    5 secs progressive
    5 secs interlace
    5 secs progressive
    5 secs interlace
    10 mins Progressive

     
  • Tony Lenox
    Tony Lenox
    2005-04-26

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    I suggest that you go and describe your problem at the forum:
    forum.doom9.org

    Nothing automatic as you want is possible, but may be some
    one have an idea how to handle those sources.

     
  • Tony Lenox
    Tony Lenox
    2005-04-26

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