Have you had such an experience that when you were watching your favorite films on your PC, there appeared frequent flickering on the screen? If so, have you found the reason for that? As a matter of fact, the emergence of such a phenomenon has nothing to do with your device but with the scanning mode of your file. Considering interlaced mode often gives rise to flickering screen, you are supposed to deinterlace video to get stable images. what does deinterlace video mean? Simply speaking, it means converting the scanning mode of your file from interlaced scanning to progressive scanning.
Then how to deinterlace video? You need the help of video deinterlace software - DVDFab Toolkit. It is powerful to transform interlaced scanning mode into progressive scanning mode, making your video images more sable and fluid. To get a good watching experience, follow me to learn how to deinterlace video footage with DVDFab Toolkit.
Go to the official website of DVDFab Toolkit and click the button of “Free Download”. Alternatively, you can click the product link I give above. Then less than one minute this free software will be at your disposal.
Start DVDFab Toolkit and an interface with multiple functions will come into your sight. Under the option of “Video Tools”, there is a button of “De-interlace” which is the key to solve your problem. Click “De-interlace” and load your video by clicking the “+” icon. Then there are three deinterlacing methods for you. They are “Fast (Linear blending), Good (YADIF+temporal) and Best (YADIF+temporal+spatial). Click any method among them based on your need and observe the effect of each of them through the source image and output image DVDFab Toolkit offers. There must be a kind of display effect is what you want.
Is “deinterface video” greatly needed in our daily life? To gain a better understanding of how important interlaced scanning mode, we might as well compare it with progressive scanning mode.
In terms of file formats, JPG and GIF are the two common file formats we usually adopt. What is their relationship with interlaced scanning and progressive scanning? Let me tell you the answer. Interlaced scanning is targeted at the file of JPG format. JPG images displayed in the interlaced scanning mode will appear at 1-line intervals with odd-numbered lines first and even-number lines second. Almost all the old TV sets adopt the interlaced scanning mode. The advantage of this mode is that it takes up half of the data bandwidth than that of the progressive scanning mode. But its drawback is the flickering screen which makes people tired and unpleasant.
Compared with interlaced scanning mode, progressive mode is targeted at the file of GIF format. Nowadays, most digital TV sets choose this scanning mode, since its ability to capitalize on signal is twice higher than interlaced scanning mode. Although the image quality under the interlaced scanning mode also declines, it reduces the requirements for device complexity and the cost. Most importantly, it makes video images more stable and vivid.
Through this comparison, it is not hard to find that progressive scanning mode is more advantages than interlaced scanning mode with the strength to provide stable and fluid watching experience. So why not learn about how to deinterlace your video to watch it comfortably?
Besides deinterlacing video to make the images more clear and stable, I guess you may have other problems relating to video. For example, sometimes you may shoot a video with a GoPro camera, and then video may be unstable as well. How to fix this problem? Also ask DVDFab Toolkit for help.
Click “Deshake (GoPro)” under Video Tools and load your unstable video. Then through adjusting the value of “Shakines”, “Accuracy”, “Stepsize” and “Mincontrast” to make your GoPro video more clear and stable. You can concentrate on the output effect in comparison to the source video through two screens DVDFab Toolkit provides.
Then GoPro videos are often accompanied by much noise since people want to record the exciting moments of extreme sports. How to deal with the sound you don’t want” Still, DVDFab Toolkit comes to your rescue. Click “Denoise (GoPro)” under “Audio Tools” and load your video. Then through adjusting the value of “Low Pass” and “High Pass” to eliminate the noise.
What if your video images are shot in a wrong direction? How to make them in position again? Pay attention to two functions of DVDFab Toolkit under “Video Tools”, namely, “Mirror/Flip” and “Rotate”. Both of them can help you adjust the direction of your video images. Here, if a three-dimensional rotation is needed to recover your video, please choose the “Mirror/Flip” function under “Video Tools”. If a two-dimensional rotation is of great help to keep your video direction right, you are expected to click “Rotate” under “Video Tools”.
Is there frequent flickering on your PC screen when you are watching your video? Take measures to make your video more stable by deinterlacing it. You will stand to benefit under progressive scanning mode with the assistance of DVDFab Toolkit. What else problems do you need to solve? Stabilize and denoise GoPro videos, adjust the direction of video images, convert video formats, trim audios, or whatever? Remember DVDFab Toolkit will do you a favor heart and soul. If you also want to know more about DVDFab Toolkit, please read More than an Audio Volume Increaser - DVDFab Toolkit.
① Video: convert, trim/crop, mirror/flip/rotate, sharpen/unsharpen,deshake, denoise
② Audio: convert, trim/merge, normalzie, remux, extract audio, and adjust volume
③ Image: video to GIF/PIC, GIF/PIC to video
④ Watermark: add text/time/image to video
⑤ Subtitle: add subtitles to video, extract subtitles from video