[RESOLVED] GPU Deinterlacing

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Re: GPU Deinterlacing

Post by admin » Fri Feb 22, 2019 11:54 am

Yes, it was 165. I will check it when I get the cropping/resizing fix released.

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Re: GPU Deinterlacing

Post by admin » Fri Feb 22, 2019 3:09 pm

Not seeing any blended fields with build 165.

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Re: GPU Deinterlacing

Post by Sharc » Fri Feb 22, 2019 4:41 pm

I'll also test with 165 when the current job is finished. I have absolutely no clue what else could have made the fix. I've tried almost all other options.

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Re: GPU Deinterlacing

Post by Sharc » Sat Feb 23, 2019 4:23 am

I reinstalled slipstream 165 and the problem is back. :shock:
So at least I am happy that I found a likely, reproducible cause for my problem.

There is perhaps a faint probability that the .dgi and the .dll are not from the same slipstream, but wouldn't this have caused an error in avisynth?
I may try such criss-crossing later today. So far such misalignment (old .dgi, new .dll) has normally produced an error - in my experience.


Edit:
Even a .dgi which was created with slipstream 165 works ok with the .dll of slipstream 168. I conlcude from this that the culprit is the .dll of slipstream 165 - at least on my system. It's all reproducible here.

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Re: GPU Deinterlacing

Post by admin » Sat Feb 23, 2019 12:05 pm

So still looking weird. I don't think it's worth digging further, especially as the latest version is working fine for you. I'll mark this resolved, but post again if the problem recurs with later versions.

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Re: [RESOLVED] GPU Deinterlacing

Post by Sharc » Sat Feb 23, 2019 12:11 pm

Ok. Thanks.

Edit:
Happy to confirm that slipstream 169 is working well here, no blends.

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