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intel IPP ippiDeinterlaceMotionAdaptive_8u_C1

pengbo0121
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Hi,

I have checked out the intel IPP image processing manual. And it seems that the deinterlacer function

ippiDeinterlaceMotionAdaptive_8u_C1 could only support color format that contains only one channel.

Does that mean if I want to deal with RGBA color format, I have to convert RGBA format to a one-channel format first ?

I am wondering is there a better way to do the deinterlacing for RGBA color format?

Thanks a lot.

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pvonkaenel
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I believe that is correct. When I've used the deinterlace routines in the past I've always taken interleaved images and planarized them first and then deinterlace each independent plane. There are routines to seperate YCC planes, but I'm not sure about RGB.

Peter

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