[mythtv-users] Expensive de-interlacing while transcoding?

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Wed Aug 30 21:39:20 UTC 2006

Quoting Steven Adeff <adeffs.mythtv at gmail.com>:

> On 8/30/06, Graeme Wilford <gwilford at gmail.com> wrote:
>> I've followed a few threads that mentioned this but none appeared to
>> have a working config.
>> Is it possible to perform expensive/high-quality de-interlacing while
>> transcoding to avoid using the quick realtime de-interlacing
>> algorithms in mythfrontend? Or maybe even just de-interlacing w/o size
>> or format conversion while transcoding?
>> Of course, the FE would still de-int LiveTV and non-transcoded
>> material but would notice that transcoded material was already
>> de-interlaced and just render it as progressive...
>> I'm using 0.19-fixes.
> 0.20 will let you customize the transcode line to use better or a
> combination of filters.
> IVTC may also be a better option depending on the source material.

Excellent.  Looks like .20 is going to have some great features.  I  
see only 22 tickets left in svn.  Maybe a release soon?

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