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Re: 1080i/24p with reduced resolution?

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Graeme NattressRe: 1080i/24p with reduced resolution?
by on Jan 7, 2006 at 8:52:03 pm

It doesn't matter what the imager is, video has to be vertically filtered to stop interlaced twitter if displayed on a CRT. Most cameras that shoot progressive allow you to turn off the filtering on progressive images if you're, say, going for film out, or are never going to display on a CRT. Toke's question is a good one.

Graeme

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