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Re: De-interlace or Interlace? That is the question.

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Daniel LowRe: De-interlace or Interlace? That is the question.
by on Apr 2, 2010 at 9:29:46 am

[Brian Alexander] "Interesting fact: 99 percent of the video you watch on TV is interlaced!"

[Brian Alexander] "[Daniel Low] "Certainly not the case in Europe. SD is interlaced but HD is a mixture of 720p and 1080i "

Isn't 1080i interlaced? There is a large mix of 720p and 1080i footage here in the states, it's predominately 1080i. My examples below are related to frame rates we have here in the states. 25 and 50 fps workflows and processing is probably a bit different. "


I'm not following you.

You first said that 99% of what we see in on TV is interlaced. I pointed out that in Europe we have a mixture of Progressive and interlaced; 576i and 1080i, and then you go on to say that there's also a mix of 720p and 1080i int he States.

So what is it? 99% interlaced or.......





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