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Issue with QTGMC - Video is *not* interlaced if input type is *not* 0
Your example uses mode 0 on telecined content, not progressive content,...
@The_Tinkerer: send you a link to a dev version for testing, let me know whether it worked Smile

Cu Selur
It is from telecined source but it is progressive frame. If source was progressive it will look the same. I just too lazy to make new screenshots. I described it here
"i experimented with QTGMC deinterlace applied to PAL dvds that recorded in unusual but popular format when movie looks progressive inside interlaced VOB container. It was not animation but basic music video movie. QTGMC magically combined those double progressive frames (odd/even frame look near the same), cleans noise and filters tiny pixel level interlace artifacts (sort of combined double exposure effect). But same time i see that QTGMC have the same problem with jagged edges when it goes to straight lines in the movie."
Okay, but apart from IVTC when using QTGMC as post filter to remove leftover combing, applying QTGMC in deinterlacing mode on progressive content does not make sense and should not be possible in Hybrid.

Cu Selur

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