I want to use IPPi for some video analysis and I was wondering what's the best way to deinterlace a full-size video frame into 2 separate field frames.
In analog video (NTSC/PAL) a full size frame usually consists of two parts/fields. The even rows are the even rows of one captured frames and the odd rows are the odd rows of the following frame. This means that a 24 frame per sec. sequence is really 48 inteleaved frames, with each consequtive pair combined into one frame.
Is there a way to use IPP (4.0) to split each frame into 2 half height frames? A way other than just looping on all the rows and copying them using ippiCopy_<mod>() or ippsCopy_<mod>().
Is there an eqivalent to the stride concept in IPPS or IPPI?
Deinterlacing a video frame
Wed, 01/14/2004 - 17:55