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A good way to deinterlace AVCHD MTS/M2TS video, remove interlaces(March 28, 2011)
1.Why could interlace effect happen?
If you have a AVCHD camcorders like JVC, Canon, Panasonic, Sony etc, you could know that the camcorder divides each frame into a set of even and odd horizontal rows: first the even rows are recorded, and then the odd rows. So, each frame you see consists of two consecutive pictures. This mixing is called interlacing. Thanks to interlacing, your camera can compress video without using digital compression methods.But if you record a fast moving object, it can appear at one place in the "even" picture and at another in the "odd" one. As a result, you get a "striped" picture. The Deinterlace filter transforms the mixed frames into normal video frames and removes the interlaced horizontal rows.
2. How to perfectly deinterlace MTS/M2TS video, remove interlacing artifacts?
Step 1: Please free download the program AVCHD MTS/M2TS Converter for Mac, which is a powerful AVCHD video converter could also let you perfect remove interlaces from your AVCHD (MTS/M2TS/TS) videos.
Free download now: AVCHD MTS/M2TS Converter for Mac.
Step 2: Please launch the Mac MTS/M2TS Converter; import your AVCHD (MTS/M2TS/TS) videos into this program.
Step 3: The program could remove interlaces from your MTS/M2TS files by default. If you want to ensure the result and see the effect,
please click ?Editor into a new window, you will see a function of ?Effect, click it, and find the ?Deinterlacing box, you will notice that the box is checked. And you can see the interlaces in your MTS/M2TS videos have been removed perfectly in the right preview screen. Please check the follow picture.
After done that, please select output format and click ?Convert, then the converted videos files could be very perfectly enjoyed on your Monitor or HDTV without interlacing artifacts.
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