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Ultimate Geek
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Topic # 53771 13-Dec-2009 22:50
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Hi there
I need some help, I working with a small video clip recorded by a video camera which is an 720X576 Interlaced video. I am trying to capture each frame of the video into an image so I can work on it and enhance it. The biggest problem is the interlaced video is blury because of the high speed action in the video. What I am trying to do is de interlace the video using discarding method to create the sharpest image then I want to capture the frames. Does anyone know of any software which can help me with this?

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  Reply # 282413 14-Dec-2009 18:15
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What format is the source video from the camera in.. AVI, MOV, MPEG?

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  Reply # 282416 14-Dec-2009 18:19
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It is MPEG 2, Suppose I should have put that at the top.

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