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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.

  1. Login to the VGA Grid HD Encoder's Admin panel as admin. See Connect to the Admin panel.
  1. From the HD Encoder Admin panel, click Frame Grabber from the Configuration menu; the Frame Grabber Adjustments page opens.
  1. Enable the Enable deinterlace setting.
  2. Click Apply. To view the output, add the source to a channel and click the View link from the Info page.