What is the reason for the deinterlacing filter when exporting images?
Pelco Video Management
Option in View menu and in the Export window for Deinterlaced Image or Deinterlace Filter.
VIEWING VIDEO IN THE DEINTERLACED MODE
Images recorded at 4CIF at a low frame rate per second might move or tear. In this case, you can use the View menu’s Deinterlaced Image option to enhance the displayed image. In the deinterlaced mode, the DX8100 converts the recorded image and displays it at 2CIF resolution. The process removes one of the 4CIF interlaced fields (even or odd) from the 4CIF recorded image to arrive at 2CIF resolution for the displayed image. The original image is retained at the recorded 4CIF resolution.
For exported images, the DX8100 provides a global option for enabling a deinterlacing filter. In this case, the selected channel’s image is exported at 2CIF resolution. This setting is effective for all channels and cannot be set for individual channels.
To view video using the deinterlaced option:
1. Click the Forward button to start video playback.
2. On the menu bar, click View > Display deinterlaced image.