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

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Mark SpanoRe: Compressor: Why is there a Progressive setting if DVD is interlaced?
by on Nov 4, 2011 at 5:35:18 am

You could have learned that by reading this thread, specifically above where I said:

[24p encoding] actually looks better since you can take the fixed amount of bits and spread them across fewer frames.

About your other comment regarding washed out video: whoever is encoding is clearly doing something wrong. What you put in should come out looking relatively the same, video levels wise. People think they're doing you a favor by adding filters in encoding - they're not. If you're paying for this, keep having them do it over and over until they get it right. There's no reason it should look washed out.



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