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    Considor the following stills.

    http://www.zaskarfilms.com/images/mystuff/intex.jpg Interalced.

    http://www.zaskarfilms.com/images/mystuff/dintex.jpg Deinteralced in vegas.

    The dinterlaced frame does not have tearing on the hands which were moving but you can see the jaggies on the taps, not present in the interlaced version.

    Can anyone suggest a deinterlacer that wont appear to cause image degredation in these non moving areas of a video?

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    Are you using blending as your deintelace method? Try discard or adaptive.

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    Vegas does blend or interpolate and both look similar. Looked on wikipedia and it looks like I want 'moition adaptive' deinteralcing. Any thoughts on where I can find a 'clever' deinterlacer?

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    I've never had a problem with TMPGenc Xpress.

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    Ta, will investigate.

    I am planning a 10 min drama thing at the moment and as lots of people are putting in lots of time and it is to be projected I am trying to keep it all looking as good as I can.

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    After much fiddling I have a sloution.

    This filter http://neuron2.net/smart/smart.html for vdub is cool.

    Interpolates only moving areas. No jaggies and nice rendering of motion blur on interalced areas. Happy now.

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