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Very nice ^_^

 

With modern TVs, DVDs do look a little blurry with their interlaced scanlines that need to be processed in real time. Compared to Blu-ray formats that are in progressive scanlines. There are ways to improve the quality a lot by deinterlacing the videos, using virtualdub and scripts to separate the scan lines, odd and even, double, less bobbing, and make the image quality much better. It is always an option (that can be done anytime in the future, since the videos are digital), and is in fact what I did to improve my DVDs of My Little Pony Tales.

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