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Telecine content - StoneCold - 11.02.2019

Hello,

Living in PAL land I don't come across a whole lot of telecine content so I was hoping to get some advice on the below source file ripped directly from DVD myself and cut using mkvtoolnix:

https://drive.google.com/open?id=1pzm-A3pbfCHTAkPfP0zk_A2fxmPKTVd0

I've tried a few different variations of TIVTC Vapoursynth and Avisynth but haven't gotten a result where I don't get some jerkiness, especially in panning scenes. The best result i've had so far is using the default TIVTC Avisynth settings.

Any recommendations?

Thanks


RE: Telecine content - Selur - 11.02.2019

Source is flagged as 29.97 interlaced not telecine (3:2 pulldown) so applying IVTC is probably the wrong approach.
Looking through the dvd with running a bobber and also without deintrlacing at all one can see that some parts of the content are normal interlaced and some parts are progressive. (+ some glitched due to bad authoring)
-> Personally I would apply QTGMC and stick with that.

Cu Selur


RE: Telecine content - StoneCold - 12.02.2019

(11.02.2019, 19:26)Selur Wrote: Source is flagged as 29.97 interlaced not telecine (3:2 pulldown) so applying IVTC is probably the wrong approach.
Looking through the dvd with running a bobber and also without deintrlacing at all one can see that some parts of the content are normal interlaced and some parts are progressive. (+ some glitched due to bad authoring)
-> Personally I would apply QTGMC and stick with that.

Cu Selur

Thanks for looking into it, I was looking at the telecine option as the analyze option suggested to use TIVTC. 

I'll run with QTGMC instead