This is a demonstration of deinterlacing using YUV Decomb technology. An original algorithm ensures high quality of interpolated progressive video due to non-trivial use of motion data and accurate pixel-level filtration, making resulting videos free of many common deinterlacing artifacts. The benefit is especially clear on low-angle edges (no prominent "waves") and in static areas (no jitter typical for simple solutions). For each field of the input video one frame of the resulting progressive video is constructed. The demo can process AVI files of 720x576 resolution or below, enabling processing of typical SIF and SD video content. Version 2 provides a significant boost both in subjective and objective quality.
• Pentium III, 128 Mb of RAM
• 720x576 resolution of below, a trasparent logo is added if the original resolution is greater than 352x288