There aren't any motion interlace lines there, but this is a frame where there was a short flash, thus there's a difference from one field to the other.To make things even more complicated, some digital camcorders have something you could call "color interlacing".In acest sens va punem la dispozitie si ultima actualizare disponibila pentru harta Europei.
Acestea sunt intuitive si ușor de utilizat, astfel încat experiența dumneavoastră să fie cât mai plăcută.But even after deinterlacing some red and some green pixels stay where the last field was. Maybe this clip was recorded interlaced and was then transformed to be progressive and these are the left deinterlacing artefacts. Unfortunately this is the way digital camcorders and digital VCRs record and digital broadcasting is done.Here is another example (after deinterlacing): There is even something you could call brightness interlacing. Because even with the methods described on this site it's hard to get perfect results. It's pretty Kylie and pretty Jason Donovan performing "Especially for you" in 1988 in "Top of the Pops" As you see there are some deinterlacing artefacts. One second of a movie consists of 25 frames = 50 interlaced images.That means they have to get interlaced them (well, it's not interlacing in its original sense, but you are making 50 images out of 25 images) instead of letting the TV simply display those original 25 fps.Just recently Panasonic introduced one of the first TV sets to be able to receive progressive frames from the DVD player.
If you watched a football game with 25 progressive fps it would look as if the ball isn't flying fluidly thru the air.