Hi Myce members, meet you here again!
If you are fond of shooting videos with Sony, Canon and Panasonic cameras/camcorders, you should be familiar with interlaced (usually marked as â€œiâ€) and progressive scan (marked as â€œpâ€).
(About interlaced video and progressive video)
Intuitively, progressive will give you a better, sharp, and crisper picture.
In my experience it is very common for PAL movie DVDs to be flagged as interlaced, especially combo DVDs in your Blu-ray set. As for DVD player, itâ€™s either progressive scan or not progressive scan. If you happen to have the latter, it would be confused when you playback this DVD for that thereâ€™re many tiny â€œwavesâ€ in the middle if you enlarge the picture. However, itâ€™s nothing to worry about interlaced DVD because 99.9% DVDs can be de-interlaced to form a progressive image.
Now letâ€™s see how to get progressive DVD movie with Pavtube BDMagic.
(About Pavtube BDMagic)
After loading disc to Pavtube BDMagic, you will find the pen-like â€œEditâ€ icon lighten up. Hit it to enter Video Editor.
Switch to â€œEffectâ€ tab, find â€œDeinterlacingâ€ option. Check it and you will find the difference between â€œOriginal Previewâ€ and â€œOutput Previewâ€ section:
Confirm the change by clicking â€œOKâ€, now you can start to convert.
Ok done, isnâ€™t it simple? Feel free to download a trial and start your wonderful journey:-)
Note: the â€œEditâ€ icon is unavailable if you choose to output a â€œDirectly Copyâ€.