Tuesday, December 12, 2017

Deinterlace All Kinds of Interlaced Files

What does deinterlacing videos mean?

Deinterlacing is the process of converting interlaced video, such as common analog television signals or 1080i format HDTV signals or recorded movie footages, into a non-interlaced form that can be playable on modern non interlaced display devices like LCD or Plasma screens.

Why we need to deinterlace video files?

Most cathode ray tube computer monitors, all LCD computer monitors and most HDTVs only work in deinterlace mode, because they are fixed-resolution displays and only support progressive scan. When you display an interlaced video on a progressive scan monitors, which scan lines of an image consecutively, the artifacts will become noticeable. To remove those annyoing artifacts, it would be much ideal for you to convert the interlace video into progressive form.

How to deinterlace interlaced videos?

There are many free programs such as VirtualDub, Handbrake, VLC, Avidemux, etc on the market can do the video deinterlacing work. However, if you are looking for a powerful yet simple to use application to complete the job, you can't miss Pavtube Video Converter Ultimate. The program not only assists you to deinterlace interlace digital video, but also commercial Blu-ray/DVD disc with complicated copy protection and region code limitation. The whole process can be easily done with just few clicks, just open the "Video Editor" window, navigate to the "Effect" tab, then check off "Deinterlacing" option to transform the interlaced video into a progressive form to keep good image quality.

Trim/Crop/Add watermark/apply effect to video

Besides deinterlacing interlaced video, the program also offer other beneficial video editing functions for you. You can trim or cut video to remove unwanted parts or segments in the beginning or end, split large video into small clips by file size, count or length, merge separate video into one file, crop video to remove the black borders or unwanted area, add video/image/transparent text watermark to video, flip or rotate video horizontally, vertically, clockwise or counterclockwise, apply special rendering effect to video, change video brightness, contrast, saturation, etc, remove/replace audio in video, insert external srt/ass/ssa subtitle to video.

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Step by Step to Deinterlace Interlace Video into Progressive Form

Step 1: Load interlaced digital video or Blu-ray/DVD disc into the program.

Download the install the program on your computer, click "File" > "Add Video/Audio" button to import interlaced digital video into the program. For loading Blu-ray or DVD disc, insert your interlaced Blu-ray/DVD disc into your computer's optical drive, then click "File" > "Load from disc" to load DVD disc into the program. For loading Blu-ray disc, there must be an external Blu-ray drive.

Load interlaced digital video or Blu-ray/DVD disc

Step 2: Define an output file format.

From "Format" drop-down list, select one of your desired file formats or device and program preset profile formats according to your own needs. If you do not want to re-encode the video, just select to output the same format as the original file format, also make sure do not change any profile settings for the output video.

Choose output file format

Step 3: Deinterlace interlaced video into progressive form.

Select an item on the main interface to activate the "Edit" menu, then click the "Edit" icon on the tool bar to open the "Video Editor" window, switch to the "Effect" tab, tick off "Deinterlacing" option to transform the interlaced video into a progressive form without any artifacts.

Deinterlace interlaced video into progressive form

Step 4: Complete the video deinterlacing process.

After all settings is over, hit right-bottom "Convert" button to start the interlace video deinterlacing process.

When the conversion is completed, you can get a deinterlaced video for better displaying on most new computers and HDTV.