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Old May 14th, 2012, 01:23 PM   #31
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Re: Interlacing artifacts or whatever they're called

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Originally Posted by Gerald Webb View Post
Yep, have been over the last few months , have to say though, just using Vegas' own Deinterlace via project properties gives about same quality at about 10th of render time.
My opinion only, show me some frame grabs and prove me wrong
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Does an optimized plug-in exist , even as a commercial product? I'm toying with the idea of optimizing the Yadif plug-in for nVidia GPUs as my first CUDA project. My main impediment is that I have not shot interlaced footage since my purchase of the Sony EX1, so the benefit of the accelerated plug-in would be for my older footage.
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