Simplest Video Deinterlacing Method to Get Rid of Interlaced Lines
It is often the case that you get irate by many unwanted mice teeth, combings and serrations in videos displayed on computers, yet do not know how to get rid of those disturbing interlaced lines. The essential reason of this problem lies neither in the computer configurations, nor in the media player quality or the failure of the DV camcorder. It is determined by the way of scanning, which calls for video deinterlacing methods to address. And 5Kplayer will provide you with the easiest solution.
How to Deinterlace Video with 5KPlayer?
5KPlayer is without doubt the best and easiest choice for video deinterlacing. It is free yet sensational and powerful, offering a few video deinterlacing choices and allowing you to remove interlacing from display within a few steps of clicks.
What Is Video Deinterlacing?
Since there are two ways of scanning –interlaced scanning and progressive scanning, both used by HDV camcorder while the latter adopted by computers on a large scale, a video recorded by a HDV camcorder (through interlaced scanning) will suffer a ton of interlacing when it is played (progressively scanned) on computers. Therefore, Video Deinterlacing comes out as the process of converting interlaced video into a non-interlaced form, allowing the videos to be played smoothly without serrations, interlaced lines, or saw tooth type edge distortions on any computer.
What Methods Can 5KPlayer Provide? - YADIF, BLEND, LINEAR.
Generally, there are three major categories of deinterlacing methods: field combination, field extension and motion detection. 5KPlayer correspondingly offers the specific methods on its powerful right click:
YADIF (Yet Another DeInterlacing Filter)
YADIF checks pixels of previous, current and next frames to re-create the missed field by some local adaptive method and uses spatial check to prevent most artifacts. To deinterlace video, it generates a full picture taking the odd lines from the odd half-picture, and creating the even lines through a complicated algorithm that includes both temporal and spatial interpolation. This choice is most recommended as it is somewhat reasonable and takes most image factors into consideration.
This method can be described as brutal as it mixes information from both half-pictures to produce a blended full picture in order to deinterlace videos. Although it can produce fluid movements, blurred (unsharp) images and ghostlike trails can hardly get cleared off. It is suggested that this mode be used with true interlaced video only, and it will stutter with telecined video.
Linear doubles lines of each interlaced field (consisting of only even or odd lines) to fill the entire frame to realize video deinterlacing, which may result in the video having a frame rate identical to the field rate. Line doubling prevents combing artifacts but causes a noticeable reduction in picture quality since each frame displayed is doubled and really only at the original half field resolution. This is obvious mostly on stationary objects as they will appear to bob up and down.
Note: As a great video music player, 5KPlayer offers video deinterlacing that only solves the interlacing problem of video playback rather than video itself, which is already sufficient for video/movie viewers and easy for them to master. Also, with the help of 5KPlayer's right click, you can add subtitle tracks, adjust aspect ratio, and synchronize AirPlay delays. Just throw any video/music files of any formats onto this great player, and you will get exactly what you expected.