[mythtv-users] "Interlace" problems

Brad DerManouelian myth at dermanouelian.com
Tue Nov 28 18:59:22 UTC 2006

On Nov 28, 2006, at 10:51 AM, Søren M. Olesen wrote:

> Hi
> Yeah, I'm not really sure if it's an interlace problem, but that  
> was my best guess...
> I'm unable to upload a reasonable snapshot (you're only allowed to  
> upload 40k), but I've put a snapshot here:
> http://www.faergebakken.dk/MythTv/MythTv_problem.tif
> which should illustrate the problem pretty well...
> Again, when I record using Kaffeine, I don't see this problem, so  
> I'd guess it's a myth-backend-setup problem.
> Regards,
> Søren

That does look like interlacing. The only way an interlaced signal  
would not have that problem is with some sort of post-processing.  
Maybe kaffeine is de-interlacing and writing the file that way to disk?

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