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    Interlacing issues with CUDA

    Having major interlacing issues with DVDs via Converter as well as Ripper. I've isolated the issue to the use of CUDA. If I use Software only, I have no interlacing issues. If I use CUDA, everything has interlaced lines. I just recently bought and installed a graphics card to improve performance, which it does, but it can't take advantage of the extra speed due to the issues. Is there anything I can do to resolve this?
    thanks,

    #2
    Converter of course is not designed for DVD Video files, but Ripper should be fine, I will try to reproduce it. Please clarify that you want the content to be deinterlaced.
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      #3
      Well, I am getting lines across movement, so I'm assuming this is an interlacing issue? I am trying to eliminate the motion lines.

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        #4
        What is your Source file type? A VOB from a DVD? If yes, please try it in DVD Ripper and share the result.
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          #5
          I'm using DVDs, I've tried many all with the same result in Ripper. How do I share? Is there a log somewhere?

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            #6
            Originally posted by Haxxon View Post
            I'm using DVDs, I've tried many all with the same result in Ripper. How do I share? Is there a log somewhere?
            Please list some DVDs you have such problem.
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