[mythtv-users] can i get correct deinterlacing?
wimfokkens at planet.nl
Mon Mar 19 22:27:36 UTC 2007
You can get fairly good deinterlacing but not perfect.
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> bounces at mythtv.org] Namens jason maxwell
> Verzonden: maandag 19 maart 2007 17:12
> Aan: Discussion about mythtv
> Onderwerp: [mythtv-users] can i get correct deinterlacing?
> I have a combined FE/BE system with lots of horsepower (AMD 4200+ X2,
> 1G DDR2 800). I'm feeding it a digital cable feed thru my HdHomerun.
> I'm not encoding anything, just simple playback to 720p w/o XvMC.
> I have tried all the combinations of decoding libraries and
> deinterlacers. So far, the best quality in my opinion is standard
> (ffmpeg) with linear. It typically looks very good. However, this
> still gives me combing effects on some programs. I see a lot of
> recommendations to use bob, but that makes it look like everything is
> shivering in the cold to me. The other options also give sub par
> What other options do I have? I very, very rarely see any combing or
> other artifacts when watching 1080i cable plugged directly to my
> native 720p qam equipped HDTV. Is a TV's deinterlacer really that
> advanced? Is there any way to get my mythbox to match this quality?
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