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Old 01-03-2013, 03:59 PM - Thread Starter
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Simple enough question, I asked in the MPC-HC sticky but did not get an answer.

I want to compare the de-interlacer in my projector to the de-interlacing options in MPC-HC/LAV filters/MadVR.

Other relevant information is that I'm using an i3-2105 with HD3000 iGPU, Win7, 8 GB RAM and I'm dealing with blu-rays that are 1080i30 and ripped to MKV.

With this PC the LAV software de-interlacer (YADIF) results in smooth playback but when I use the MadVR de-interlacer its a stress to the system and playback can be choppy (GPU in the 80% range). So I thought I'd compare this to the de-interlacer in my projector.

What I'd like to do is set the PC to output 1080i30 (or 29) and then use MPC-HC to send interlaced video to my display. When I check off the de-interlacing in LAV Video and MadVR I get sound but no video. Not sure what is happening in that case.

Any ideas?

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Yes.

So what am I doing wrong?

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