[MPlayer-users] Poor A/V with various deinterlace filters on interlaced but not telecined content
adam at rosi-kessel.org
Sat Feb 20 22:39:40 CET 2010
I'm using recent versions of everything (MPlayer SVN-r30435, libx264-83
from svn dated 2010/01/26). I am trying to get interlaced DVD content
rendered, with subtitles, deinterlaced:
mencoder -mc 0 -o out.avi -vf pp=lb,softskip,harddup dvd://1 -vc mpeg12
-dvd-device . -sid 0 -spuaa 4 -spugauss 0.7 -spualign -1 -oac faac
-faacopts mpeg=4:object=2:br=512 -ovc x264 -x264encopts
Or simplified for readability without all the codec options:
mencoder -o out.avi \
-mc 0 \
-vf pp=lb,softskip,harddup \
-vc mpeg12 \
-oac faac \
-ovc x264 \
-dvd-device . dvd://1
A/V sync is very bad and worsens throughout the video.
I've tried pp=lb, yadif=1, yadif=3, mcdeint, with or without mc 0, and
all of the various common combinations of yadif/mcdeint etc that you
find when searching for this sort of thing. A/V sync is always very bad.
The same problem has appeared on this and other list repeatedly (e.g.
but I haven't found any workable solution or even something I can test.
Any suggestions for how to figure this out? I don't think the content is
hard-telecined (it's definitely not soft-telecined). Stepping through
frame by frame with the source, it appears every frame is interlaced.
Thanks for any suggestions!
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