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Is changing my refresh from 60Hz to 75Hz dangerous if my pc already has an interlaced option for such?

My monitor has a 1920x1080 at 60Hz although, I was wondering if I could push that to 75Hz at at lower resolution like 1280x720 or 1024x576 because my monitor already has a 75Hz option although, it is ...
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Ffmpeg - How to deinterlace a wrong interlacing?

I have a source video that apparently has been interlaced a wrong way. The problem is: "ffmpeg -vf yadif=3:0" works perfectly in terms of time axis (results in a smooth motion overall), but it looks ...
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FFmpeg deinterlacing filter yadif_cuda not available?

FFmpeg reports "No such filter: 'yadif_cuda" for both the release build and the static build. FFmpeg Documentation has no stipulations. $ ffmpeg -loglevel debug -ss 01:16:20 -i Hi8_02.dv -t 10 -vf "...
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Deinterlacing failed when encoding a file with h264

Tried using several different h264 encoders but all of them make it have this problem where there are horizontal glitches near movement. I tried using ffmpeg but couldn't figure out how to do it ...
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FFmpeg: Highest quality 50i to 50p conversion, comparable to Adobe Premiere

I have 50i footage (more specifically tagged as 25 fps but does contain movement on the secondary fields). I am able to get pretty good quality conversion to 50p from Adobe Premiere by simply ...
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Why does avconv change the fps when deinterlacing?

I have a .MTS 1080i of 25fps (mediainfo) that I deinterlaced with avconv -i input.MTS -vf yadif -c:a copy output.mp4. As the wiki says, the default value for yadif is 0 which "outputs one frame for ...
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Double deinterlace with full motion - ffmpeg + yadif 50i-50p 60i-60p

I'm trying to figure out how to use yadif / yadif-2x with ffmpeg to convert 50i source material into 50p output that preserves the motion of all fifty fields per second. Right now, I am using the ...
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ripping interlaced video to 60fps (frames per second)

It would appear that Broadcast Television is often 1080i30 (60 fields/s), and non-movie DVDs (example, instructional or TV shows) are 60fields/s as well, at some lower resolution (480i?) However, ...
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What is the difference between 1080p, 1080P and 1080i?

Many times, I have seen resolution of 1080p and I know that it means 1080 pixels but I also have seen specifications on some HDTVs to be 1080i. So, I want to know the exact difference between them and ...