interlced to interlaced conversion

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interlced to interlaced conversion

Post by darknesslord » Sat May 24, 2014 7:37 pm

hi, i have some 1920x1080/25i h264/24Mbps videos from my handycam, which i want to convert to h264/10Mbps. but i dont want it to be progressive. i've tried to disable De-interlace a and putting the field order to topfield, but the result would be video with MBAFF scan type.
1-i dont know what is MBAFF and whether its better than interlace, so what is advantage of that over interlaced?
2-what do i need to do if i want interlace output not MBAFF?

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Re: interlced to interlaced conversion

Post by meRobs » Thu Jun 12, 2014 9:22 am

MBAFF is a form of interlacing used by H264.
See: ... eld_coding
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