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image artefacts on qtgmc-ing .MTS files
Just re-checked, you are right, with FFMS2 there too is a glitch in the decoding.
Seems like there is a bug in libavs handling of interlaced avc in ts container (or the container handler itself), nothing I can do about it.
You would need to report this to:

So until then remuxing to mkv might be the best way to work around it.

Cu Selur
tried that too, same thing....

# Loading C:\Video\00138_no tripod stabi.mkv using BestSource (NOT recommended and untested!)
clip ="C:/Video/00138_no tripod stabi.mkv", cachepath="C:/Users/i4004/AppData/Local/Temp/00138_no tripod stabi.json", track=0)

and same thing with ff loading....

seems it's a bug on a stream, not container level. (mkv also introduces brief field-order reversal during first second)

compounded by interlacing's fall from grace in the modern era....

which is simillar to the issue i'm just about to describe in my vhs thread.

thanks for the pointers on bug reporting.
So using hardware decoding seems to be the only solution until till is reported and fixed.

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