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Need 5 Frames of Interlaced Video

Started by Jeremy Smith December 18, 2003
Hi.

Can anyone please point me at some public Web site that has
a data file containing about 5 frames (i.e. 10 fields) of an
interlaced video sequence pulled from an NTSC television broadcast?

I need this data for my research.

Please respond by posting to the group.  The e-mail address
in the header does not work.

Thanks.
Take a look at:
http://www.its.bldrdoc.gov/vqeg/
ftp://ftp.crc.ca/pub/crc/vqeg/
ftp://ftp.crc.ca/crc/vqeg/
ftp://ftp.tek.com/tv/test/streams/Element/index.html

If you have a video capture card, you can take the composite video output of
a VCR feed it to the capture card. Save the video as an uncompressed AVI.
Using a tool like VIRTUALDUB generate a sequence of BMP or TIFF frame.

Leo M.


"Jeremy Smith" <x_luke@hotmail.com> wrote in message
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> Hi. > > Can anyone please point me at some public Web site that has > a data file containing about 5 frames (i.e. 10 fields) of an > interlaced video sequence pulled from an NTSC television broadcast? > > I need this data for my research. > > Please respond by posting to the group. The e-mail address > in the header does not work. > > Thanks.