[MPlayer-dev-eng] New inverse-telecine filter

Billy Biggs vektor at dumbterm.net
Thu Dec 4 00:49:26 CET 2003

Zoltan Hidvegi (mplayer at hzoli.2y.net):

> > > Do you have any examples where an RFF frame is interlaced?  That
> > > would look bad even on interlace-scan TV sets.
> > 
> >   You mean on progressive-scan flag-reading DVD players.
> No, any DVD players.  Interlaced RFF means that the interlaced tv will
> show some image, then some other, than back to the first, it will
> flicker or reverse motion for a field.

  For sure.

> > For an example of an interlaced RFF frame, see the opening credits
> > on the 'The Good, The Bad and the Ugly' DVD.  See my DVD page:
> > 
> >   http://vektor.ca/dvd/tech/
> On that page none of the RFF frames are interlaced.  And you write
> "deinterlacer must look at _every_ non-repeat_first_field frame",
> which suggests that it's OK to assume that RFF frames are progressive.

  Yes, this was my mistake.


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