Deinterlacing Analog Video?

Discussion in 'Digital Video' started by nyycavo24, Feb 4, 2008.

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    So I've had the opportunity to do a little bit of research on deinterlacing video, what it means, and when and how you should do it.

    I feel that I understand the basics, but I still don't know if deinterlacing video (in handbrake) is going to make a difference given my video situation:

    I am going to be making a fairly lengthy football highlight film from my days in high school. All of the original film was shot with an analog video camera back in 2000.

    I recently copied all of those VHS videos to DVD using one of those combo DVD/VHS players.

    Now that I have ripped the DVD to my hard drive using Mac the Ripper in 640 x 480...would there be any benefit to deinterlacing in this instance?

    IF anyone can provide any additional insight into this it would be extremely helpful.
     
  2. thread starter macrumors member

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    Here is the site Ive been looking at when doing my research....It provides some pretty good information on De-interlacing in case anyone is interested:

    http://www.100fps.com/
     

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