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The TDeint filter was designed to be a bi-directionally, motion adaptive, sharp deinterlacer.
It can adaptively choose between using per-field and per-pixel motion adaptivity, and can use cubic interpolation, kernel interpolation (with temporal direction switching), or one of two forms of modified ELA interpolation which help to reduce « jaggy » edges in moving areas where interpolation must be used.
TDeint also supports user overrides through an input file, and can act as a smart bobber or same frame rate deinterlacer, as well as an IVTC post-processor.







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TDeint Full Crack is a sharp deinterlacer designed for motion blur removal with minimal interpolation. It is designed to provide the smoothest possible results, and is the best choice for broad motion detection applications such as interactive TV.
TDeint can be used as a « smart bobber » to reduce bobbing artifacts, though it can produce jagged/jumpy resultions as well. It can be a good choice for people who don’t care too much for bobbing artifacts, but prefer a very smooth result.
TDeint supports all forms of both linear and exponential deinterlacing, and allows manual control over the temporal direction switching percentage, and can re-balance the deinterlacing to be an interpolation between a natural/sharp vs. a linear version. It can also act as a regular convolution post-processor, or a motion-adaptive bicubic interpolation post-processor.
TDeint does not remove motion blur entirely, but it reduces the amount of motion blur in the frame by interpolating (or « adaptively chooses ») between a per-field and per-pixel motion adaptivity, and allows the user to control the interpolation method via the input file.
Here are the two forms of ELA interpolation that TDeint utilizes:
* Non-Motion-Adaptive – the user can select between three ways to interpolate between pixels: bilinear interpolation, « conventional interpolation » (similar to MSDN’s own « Adaptive Bicubic », which is linear and interpolates between odd/even/odd/even pixels), and our own « Adaptive ELA », which is exponential and interpolates between pixel groups with similar « luma » values.
* Adaptive – the user can select between interpolating a « best » ELA value for the current frame (as computed by TDeint), or using the per-field, per-pixel settings
* Motion-Adaptive – this is the standard « smart bobber » implementation of TDeint, and can either use TDeint’s interpolation method, or the input file (if there are any « intensity » overrides specified). It can also perform an automated motion detection and output movement, if specified.
TDeint can output in either a standard MPEG-4 or DXVA (DirectX Video Acceleration) format.
TDeint can be built for user-defined arbitrary

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TDeint is a simple software implementation of the TaMDEint algorithm, which was originally implemented in real-time as H.264 Encoder #2.
TDeint is capable of interlaced motion estimation and deinterlacing, along with many other operations for H.264 Encoder #2.
TDeint is a separate unit from the real-time h.264 Encoder #2, and is intended to be a simple (low hardware overhead) means of testing out your own motion deinterlacing code, or to test third party motion deinterlacing algorithms.
Because the real-time h.264 Encoder #2 has been discontinued (supported since H.264 official release), it can no longer be purchased or downloaded.

TDeint tool:


Even if it’s not convenient to build h.264 Encoder #2 directly, the TDeint tool was designed to allow easier testing of motion deinterlacing operations with real h.264 bitstreams, and to also provide a means of testing motion deinterlacers’ motion interpolation and deinterlace results on individual frames.
The tool includes a comprehensive collection of test videos, interlaced and deinterlaced, along with an automator (not needed for most use cases).
TDeint can be set to load an arbitrary bitstream, and control the bitrate and framerate.

The h264 encoder can be run in real-time, or pipelined.
The pipelined mode includes an « X-Inter » unit, which re-encodes a certain number of frames in a pipelined manner.
The encoder and decoder both produce error signals and display progress.
A basic 1-frame-pipeline looks like this:

This is a typical workflow for an encoder/decoder pipeline:

– Last/next frame in the GOP is the I frame
– The encoder starts the current frame, and emits an I frame with PSNR feedback (if configured)
– The encoder is set to write its output into a « last-I-frame-buffer » (LIFB), so that it can be read by the I frame decode unit
– The encoder then sets the decoder to start decoding the previous frame
– The encoder then starts encoding the next frame in the GOP, and emits an I frame with PS

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TDeint turns an image field into a series of sequential frame fields, which when shown in sequence, give the same final output as the original field.
The sequential frame fields are created by running a locally defined forward motion-adaptive algorithm on the image field.
This algorithm is designed to « fake » interpolation wherever necessary when the field is moving relative to the camera.
TDeint is so-named because each frame field is constructed as if all pixels of the entire image field were moved by one column, then interpolated.
TDeint takes 2 fields as input:
TDeint first field:
An image field to be sequentialised.
TDeint second field:
The same image field as above but rotated 90 degrees about the vertical axis.
TDeint can be used as a pixel motion-adaptive deinterlacer.
On its own, it doesn’t produce an output that will look especially good but can be useful for deinterlacing low-resolution, or noisy, footage.
A smart bobber will ideally be included so that the maximum temporal resolution the technique can tolerate can be controlled.
TDeint can act as a smart ELA deinterlacer.
On its own, it doesn’t produce an output that will look especially good, but it will make use of ELA and it will help « smooth » the transition from field to field where the deinterlacing algorithm has « jumped ».
It can be helpful to add it after a Motion Blur remover or imod3d for the same purpose.
TDeint uses per-pixel motion metrics in the frame range in its forward-adaptive deinterlacer to help it determine how to move each individual pixel in each picture.
TDeint will not interpolate field to field in areas with no movement.
If you do want to interpolate the field to field, make sure that your field sequence has no cuts in it.
TDeint can use any deinterlacer algorithm you care to use.
For example, if you want an old school « jaggy »-free output, pass any of the following:
If you have an intermediate « smoothed » output, try:

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TDeint is a feature-rich software deinterlacer, but it is heavily algorithmic.
It has been designed to be fast, but allows for a wide variety of output formats, as well as still or animated interlaced and progressive video.
In addition to the adaptive methods of TDeint, it is also possible to choose between use of a sample-based full-frame adaptive motion search, a predictive motion search, a pixel-based adaptive search, a per-pixel DCT method, or per-pixel median based adaptive motion search.
When setting this value, the TDeint filter is reset to the new value and then reset, so you can set the setting to « use it just once » then change the value.
(hint: you probably want to do this in the source code.)
Also, note that the field deinterlacing setting « Reset field » in the Options dialog is also used to reset all levels of adaptive motion search.
Anyway, you can set this value anywhere in the source code to control the code’s behavior.
In the Options dialog, this setting can be set to « Take one frame », which will reset the field/pixel adaptive motion search levels and enable the « full motion search » mode.
It can also be set to « Reset field », which will also reset the field/pixel adaptive motion search levels, but only enable the default « adaptive motion search » mode.
The « use this for the entire source » checkbox can be set to ensure that the motion search will work in the entire source.
The default mode is to have the motion search function in the entire source.
Possible input arguments:

input = Required. The input video stream.
interlaced = Optional [default= »1″]. Whether the input video stream is interlaced.

Set motion search int he entire source


= [ ]

= Minimum time between samples for selection

Set motion search in the entire source


= [ ]

= Minimum frames used for motion search

Select sample from closest frame


= [ ]

= Min size of selected sample

Exclude this motion search from the entire source


= [ ]

= Min number of frames of the field to jump to

Set motion search to field


= [ ]

= Minimum time

System Requirements:

OS: Windows XP/Vista/7
Processor: 1.8 GHz processor
Memory: 1 GB RAM
Hard Disk: 20 MB of free disk space
Additional Notes:
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