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Interlacing issue


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Hello all.

I'm new here so I thought I'd just jump round in.

I get the following problem when I'm watching interlaced material on DVD. It looks as though it is not properly deinterlaced. I use VLC; can anyone tell me how to fix this?

I use the 'Blend' deinterlacing option in VLC.

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