Encoding decomb challenge

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blondvillain
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Encoding decomb challenge

Post by blondvillain » Fri Dec 09, 2016 11:27 pm

Hello all, I have a particular video with a small section of interlaced footage that is proving impossible for me to decomb without the jerky motion that looks like it's trying to do tff when it should be doing bff or something. The video overall is 99% 2:3 pulldown that easily converts to 23.976 fps without requiring inverse telecine or decomb, but there's just these occasional little bits of hard interlaced footage that are a real pain.

As I'm not familiar with how to set custom options with the decomb/deinterlace settings, I've thrown in the towel.

Could someone here take up the challenge and try to get it to decomb with the proper motion?

I'm supplying a 15 second clip of the raw MPEG2 video, along with a 15 second clip of what awfulness the default decomb settings produce.

Raw MPEG2:
http://www.filedropper.com/impossibleto ... rkrawvideo

Results with default decomb:
http://www.filedropper.com/impossibleto ... ombresults

Any help or suggestions would be greatly appreciated! It's really driving me nuts.

blondvillain
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Re: Encoding decomb challenge

Post by blondvillain » Mon Jan 02, 2017 7:11 pm

bump

cehoyos
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Re: Encoding decomb challenge

Post by cehoyos » Mon Mar 20, 2017 10:46 am

Your input video contains no interlaced frames, no de-interlacer or inverse telecine filter can help.
I suspect a framerate filter or similar was used or an interlaced stream was badly edited, in any case, I don't think this can be easily improved.

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