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I can not remember the settings I had on my Media Player Classic. Anyone here thats an expert on the media player classic , please can you help me ?

When I play or view settings , I see vertical lines indicating that playback setting have not been set to de-interlaced(making those vertical lines go away).
I choose between "old bit stream or wvrm 9".
One setting allows me to get rid of those Lines ,but
at the same time the video runs pale with not much
contrast, if I switch back to the other option, I get the vertical lines ,but get contrast( so it does not look so pale).
Does anyone know their way around this so that I can have both benefits ?
Keeping the Contrast and having de-interlace running?
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