A filter or utility to deinterlace pictures under Windows?

Such a problem is rather interesting.

There is a clever camera, the result of a hardware failure where all images are written interleaved (interlaced), more reminiscent of a scan on a CRT TV )

The owner of the camera about it knew nothing, and filmed a few critical for it personnel. And here's a bummer occurred while watching.

Question.

Is there any way it automatically "splice"?

In Windows, Photoshop, XnView, IrfanView. You can put the other software, but not Linux. Opportunities to build from source either, as development tools and the possibility to install them (drag gigabytes of libraries and compilers there is no possibility).

Example photos:
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or another:
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October 3rd 19 at 02:25
2 answers
October 3rd 19 at 02:27
Solution
All this can be done in VirtualDub:
1. There is its picture
2. Add filter mode: blend, field order: keep top field, interpolate bottom field. (Other modes of deinterlacing worse comes out).
3. File -> Export -> Image sequence.

The result:
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October 3rd 19 at 02:29
In photoshop there is a filter deinterlace set at even and odd fields but hardly it helps you. Pictures of the "go waves."

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