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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|
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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too good Carsten !
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.