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Deinterlacing internet video streams? DScaler?

Discussion in 'Desktop & Laptop Computers Forum' started by MyMateJohn, Aug 4, 2005.

  1. MyMateJohn

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    Hi, I want to try and deinterlace an internet stream, is this possible?

    I have installed DScaler.

    In Media Player Classic, if I go to View>Options>Filters>Overrides I can add the DScaler filter, but from there I am lost.

    Can anybody help? :lease:

    Thanks in advance.
     
  2. MikeTV

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    I've used DScaler a bit, but I have not heard of it being used it in the way you describe. Perhaps you know more than me, but are you sure this is even possible? Usually dscaler is used for deinterlacing video from a TV capture card. You may find there is more information on the Dscaler forums?

    http://www.dscaler.org/phpBB/index.php

    On the other hand, if you can capture the video to hard disk, you should be able to deinterlace it using some software like virtualdub (free download).
     

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