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Gordian Knot:Deinterlace - Problem

Discussion in 'DivX / XviD' started by Enc0de, Apr 28, 2005.

  1. Enc0de

    Enc0de Member

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    I have a 4:3, NTSC, Interlaced video. I used TMPGEnc to handle the NTSC, so now I have 23.970fps, instead of 29.9. I convert the tpr file to a avi (vfapi), then load it up into GK. At the compression test screen, I select 'field deinterlace', and I get a avisynth error that says "FieldDeinterlace: YV12 format only" "LastCompCheck.avs, line 30". This disc is american. This is the first season of seinfeld, season 3 works fine. I am at a loss. I could really really use some help.
     
  2. shiroh

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    i think you can IVTC in gordian knot.
    not sure how you do it through gknot.
    but i'll either use telecide using decomb plugin.
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    TIVTC using TIVTC plugin

    so no need going through tmpg and vfapi. that will heacka slow and you might lose quality.
     
  3. Enc0de

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    Okay. I didn't think that vfapi converted the yv12 file to RGB. Thanks.
     
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  4. shiroh

    shiroh Guest

    tmpgenc converts to rgb to.
     
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    What actually happened early in the process (29.9->23.970) was IVTC which is a bad idea if the source is truly interlaced (television shows are generally interlaced).
    What you should do here is rip with DVD decrypter -> open vobs with DGindex and save to dv2 -> open d2v in GK and there select FieldDeinterlace

    If you want to go on with your current method then adding ConvertToYV12(interlaced=true) before your FieldDeinterlace-command will help here.
     

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