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#1 Posted : Thursday, November 30, 2017 5:12:08 AM(UTC)
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I mean any for of interlacing, as well as blended frames. The player I use (Power DVD) keeps on having issues with deinterlacing cartoons, where whenever I got to a different video, the settings reset. I also can't try other players, since this is the only one I can find that works with blu-ray and actually plays retail discs.
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I mean any for of interlacing, as well as blended frames. The player I use (Power DVD) keeps on having issues with deinterlacing cartoons, where whenever I got to a different video, the settings reset. I also can't try other players, since this is the only one I can find that works with blu-ray and actually plays retail discs.


Not that I know for CERTAIN, but I can't imagine that there's video interlacing in any of the main feature cartoons on the Platinum Collection or Mouse Chronicles Blu-rays. The shorts on these collections were restored in high definition from original film elements. And I certainly haven't noticed any interlacing so far (I own the three Platinum Collections, though I probably haven't watched all the shorts on them yet).

The bonus cartoons may be a different question, because they are often sourced from unrestored NTSC TV prints etc. But as I said, you shouldn't have any problems with the main presentation of restored cartoons.

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#3 Posted : Thursday, November 30, 2017 7:49:23 PM(UTC)
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I mean any for of interlacing, as well as blended frames. The player I use (Power DVD) keeps on having issues with deinterlacing cartoons, where whenever I got to a different video, the settings reset. I also can't try other players, since this is the only one I can find that works with blu-ray and actually plays retail discs.


Not that I know for CERTAIN, but I can't imagine that there's video interlacing in any of the main feature cartoons on the Platinum Collection or Mouse Chronicles Blu-rays. The shorts on these collections were restored in high definition from original film elements. And I certainly haven't noticed any interlacing so far (I own the three Platinum Collections, though I probably haven't watched all the shorts on them yet).

The bonus cartoons may be a different question, because they are often sourced from unrestored NTSC TV prints etc. But as I said, you shouldn't have any problems with the main presentation of restored cartoons.


OK, thanks. I noticed that at least one of the behind the toons shorts was deinterlaced since the DVD release.

I really hate interlacing and for some reason some cartoons for GC Volume 1 are interlaced, despite Wikipedia only mention Volume 2 interlacing issues.
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