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Old 23-03-2010
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Hello friends,
I am having this problem form last week. When I tried to play dvd in my VLC player, it doesn't show clear picture. I know that I have to select deinterlacing method for that. Is there any kind of setting available in VLC to enable deinterlacing for DVD. It means different type of setting for different DVD. It means Automatic deinterlacing for DVD. Please help me.
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Re: Automatic deinterlacing for DVD

Hey such kind of setting is not available in the VLC and you can not make such type of setting. This is because as per my information DVDs or CDs doesn't include such type of interlacing information and due to this we can not assign specific setting to VLC media player. Even if you get interlacing information for one DVD, then how can you determine which method to use?
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Re: Automatic deinterlacing for DVD

As per my information you have to use VDYAD VirtualDub deinterlace filter 1.0 to do this. VdYad is a deinterlace plugin for the VirtualDub application. It implements a very good yadif deinterlace algorithm that outperforms other deinterlacing methods. The filter written in C++/asm languages.
Just search for this application on the google.
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Re: Automatic deinterlacing for DVD

If you are looking for Automatic deinterlacing for DVD, then you have to use MPlayer for your computer. There are several ways to speed up the playback of 1080 H.264 files in MPlayer. First is to use the newly added VDPAU output. It allows the newer Nvidia video cards to decode the video without using much CPU. It is in SVN MPlayer. MPlayer with the experimental multithreaded FFmpeg-mt branch, which allows you to use multiple cores/CPU.
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Re: Automatic deinterlacing for DVD

You have to use DGIndex to do this. DGIndex, part of the DGMPGDec package, is primarily designed to create an index of an MPEG video stream, containing the location of each frame in the input stream, and some additional information about each frame. This index, or project file, is used by the companion Avisynth filter DGDecode to provide frame-accurate serving of the video via an Avisynth script. DGIndex is able to decode and index most MPEG1/2 streams including elementary streams, program streams, VOBs, VCDs, SVCDs, PVA files, and transport streams. Additional features include: video demuxing (m1v/m2v), audio demuxing (ac3, dts, aac, mpa, and lpcm), optimized iDCTs, luminance filtering, cropping, and more.
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