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Re: Compressor: Why is there a Progressive setting if DVD is interlaced?

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Ralph ParkerRe: Compressor: Why is there a Progressive setting if DVD is interlaced?
by on Apr 4, 2011 at 10:19:00 pm

Thank you, Mark, for your detailed reply.

[Mark Spano] "You can make a progressive DVD if your cut is progressive"
If the DVD standard is indeed interlaced, when you say you can make a progressive DVD, does the m2V encoding do some sleight of hand to make progressive frames into interlaced?
If I were to convert the project sequences to progressive, (for learning's sake), by using the mentioned settings, would that give my video a softer "film look" as opposed to the harsh, stark video look?

Ralph Parker
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