1080i does deinterlace but with a simpler "bob" algorithm.linuxstb wrote:Thanks for the reply.
Does the GPU handle deinterlacing of HD content now? I thought it was only supported for SD content.
But my main TV only supports 1080i, so in any case deinterlacing on the Pi isn't a universal solution.
You say it's a complicated issue, but what if this functionaility is limited to only the cases when the video matches the HDMI mode exactly. I think that would meet the needs of a lot of users who want to use the Pi to display digital TV.
Or alternatively, I was wondering if there was another way to get synchronised interlaced content out of the Pi? e.g. by using the video_decode component to handle the hard work of decoding, but then rendering the interlaced output using something other than the video_render component?
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