Deinterlacing a wedding video
See those horizontal stripes that are tearing up the image of the minister in the foreground? That’s because he moved quickly on video footage that was shot in the UK and converted so that I could watch it here in North America.
It’s caused by different standards and frame rates (PAL in Europe and NTSC here). Converting leaves these artifacts on the image. Without getting technical, video images are split up into horizontal bands which are “interlaced” to recreate the illusion of a complete image.
So the thing to do, it seems, is to remove that interlacing from the footage. I will be trying to do that with a free app called JES Deinterlacer. Wish me luck.