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[HELP] sRestore alternative?
Since sRestore is only running with a single thread in Vapoursynth, it is now taking three or four times longer to process video files. Is there a workaround or another way to go from Bob interlaced to progressive?
sRestore tries to remove blended frames.
Instead of limiting the threads you could also enable 'linear', which doesn't reduce the threads.
If your source has no blended frames, you could use RIFE (yes, it can also reduce the frame rate, but is rather slow) or another filter under 'Filtering->Vapoursynth->Frame->Reduction'.
I'm not aware of an alternative filter for Vapoursynth which tries to remove duplicates for in the same/similar way.

Cu Selur
Thanks, I don't think there are any duplicate frames, I will enable 'linear' as suggested.
Duplicated and blended frames are totally different things.
It's an early 1980s PAL VHS of an old movie, I think linear will be fine.

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