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  1. fc7

    Video interlace detection

    I've ripped several DVDs using MakeMKV, without reencoding. The original DVDs are all interlaced, but after playing them with webclient on iOS I noticed that they are not being de-interlaced. I also checked the media information in Emby and all of them have the "Interlaced" attribute set to "No" so I guess Emby is not trying to de-interlace them when transcoding. I also found this thread from last year but I'm not sure if there was any advance since then: http://emby.media/community/index.php?/topic/5437-any-way-to-set-mb-server-to-deinterlace/?hl=deinterlace Is it possible to switch the Interlaced attribute to yes in any way so the server will deinterlaced the video on transcoding? Should I encode all my DVDs from the original MPEG2 into h264 applying deinterlacing in the process? Thanks.
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