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|ID||Project||Category||View Status||Date Submitted||Last Update|
|0001130||DCP-o-matic||[All Projects] Features||public||2017-09-13 23:45||2017-09-16 13:56|
|Platform||Mac||OS||OS X||OS Version||10.11|
|Target Version||Fixed in Version|
|Summary||0001130: Add ffmpeg 'weave' deinterlacer to DCP-o-matics video filters|
|Description||While doing a DCP conversion from a DVD, I noticed that the best deinterlacer for film/telecine content is missing in DOM - that is the simple weave filter that combines two fields into a progressive frame. Most film based PAL DVDs split odd/even lines from progressive 24fps frame scans into odd/even interlaced frames, so weaving is the best solution to recombine these fields back into a progressive 24 fps frame. I guess it's no big deal to enable this.|
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|Estimated work required||Unknown|
too good Carsten !
had you an Egg of Columbus for breakfast this morning?
||you are right saying this works for PAL DVDs, since it's another story w/3:2 pulldown 24 to 30 NTSC transfered films if you do not have access to the master transfer.|
Yes, it only works for PAL DVDs. Some people would say 'who cares for SD/DVD nowadays', but, using weave deinterlacing at least allows to maintain the maximum resolution from these SD sources.