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Re: [MPlayer-users] how to recognize deinterlaced video?
On Friday, 02 December 2005 at 10:17, Hans-Carl Oberdalhoff wrote:
> 2005/12/2, Dietmar Hofer <didi@xxxxxxxx>:
> > I often use mplayer to get information about video files, since it prints to
> > console such usefull stuff like pid's in TS-streams, bitrates...
> > But I couldn't figure out how to know if a video stream is interlaced or
> > not.
> > Can somebody please give me a hint about this?
> Sadly, in many cases only your eye can tell.
> Be aware, that both interlace and telecine look nearly identical to
> the eye when viewed!
MEncoder docs have detailed descriptions of how to detect both and how
to deal with various combinations of them.
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