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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 11:27:07 pm

[Glenn Camhi] "it sounds a bit like taking a shot in the dark"

Yeah the whole thing does.

I can't understand how this can get screwed up. DVD encoding has been around and perfected over the last, I don't know, two decades? It's not like this is uncharted territory.

Point one: if you have DVD encoding equipment that can't handle 23.976 fps, you have very outdated and poor encoding equipment. It might be awesome at what it does, but 23.976 is the norm for every major feature release on DVD. And that was established a long time ago.

The simple fact that you can do professional 23.976 encoding and simple authoring yourself with a $50 piece of software (Compressor) should be enough to elicit the proper amount of derision toward this company who's handling your encoding. There'd have to be a pretty amazing reason why it doesn't look right. And them thinking that another pre-encode process (they're going to try lowering the brightness themselves a bit) will solve it is just a joke.



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