- Jun 20, 2015
- Reaction score
It's for the specific variation of the segment, without the frame skipping that only appears on old PBS airings that no longer appear on the channel including where you recorded a clip from the Mysterious Cookie Hood episode which contains this making it hard to find these days. Most 2012 DVD releases that also include the old episodes with it, and HBO Max have chances they'll be in 30p to 24p which would rarely have the bobbed version. I even checked The Cookie Thief DVD to see if that one was included, but it instead included the pre-deinterlaced variant. The one from the director's Vimeo profile where I tested the downloaded video on VLC Media Player properly deinterlaced it to any of the doublers Bob, Linear, and Yadif (the frame separating method). Anyways, the music video is common on it's overall appearances....what?
This one can't be deinterlaced properly with any player, because of how it's encoded, and this one's 29.97fps there as well, especially the full The Mysterious Cookie Thief episode on their channel is the same on The Cookie Thief episodes included as a featurette if you compare the original interlaced one using a media player that has support for bob/doubled frame rate output attached on my last post with those one's on their channel. Surprisingly enough, the raw and full interlaced segment from the director's Vimeo profile is deinterlace-able to any algorithm (i.e. bob).I think I prefer the other version (on SST’s official channel; however many FPS there are).