VGADVI Recorder Pro User Guide
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Remove the combing effect on images
When frames are interlaced, artifacts from one frame may appear on the next frame. This occurs when a fast motion video is interlaced. Since each frame is captured from a different point in time, the action captured in one frame is carried over to the next frame. The result is a blurred image and horizontal lines running across the video.
To convert an interlaced source signal to a non-interlaced signal.
- Login to the Admin panel as admin. See Connect to the Admin panel.
From the Admin panel, scroll to the Sources menu option.
Click on the desired video source ; the source configuration page opens.
- Enable the Enable deinterlace setting.
- Click Apply.
View the output in the Snapshot preview below.