Topic: How to choose right condition for interlaced videos?

I have created profiles for HD, FHD and UHD based on the framerate and source frame area, and they are working fine. But today when I play an interlaced video, I notice it doesn't fall into the correct profile. If I play a 1080i video, whose frame size is 1440x1080, it should fall into the FHD profile but it goes to HD profile. Can someone please let me know how to change my conditions?

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Re: How to choose right condition for interlaced videos?

both profiles match any interlaced video regardless of its resolution

source frame area = A
framerate = R
interlaced = I

now you have: (A and R) or I
while you probably wanted: A and (R or I), which is equal to: (A and R) or (A and I)

Re: How to choose right condition for interlaced videos?

Chainik wrote:

both profiles match any interlaced video regardless of its resolution

source frame area = A
framerate = R
interlaced = I

now you have: (A and R) or I
while you probably wanted: A and (R or I), which is equal to: (A and R) or (A and I)

Thank you!