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Old Man in The Garden
Progressive Scan Output from Interlaced Projects
on Jan 14, 2008 at 9:41:58 pm

I've been creating these short training videos in DV NTSC mainly because that's the default setting in Premiere and I don't have a lot of video experience. When I make a DVD I usually just use 'Export To Encore' and make an auto play, looping DVD. If someone wanted to collect, say, 30 or so of these videos and put them on a looping DVD, what's the best preset to use? I like presets since I don't really know what I'm doing. They'll be showing the videos on 40" plasma screens, with what kind of DVD players and connections I'm not sure, I want to be ready for anything.
Do you guys think progressive scan is the way to go? Can you even do that from an interlaced project? I would imagine the highest quality would be ok since there's only about 30 min of content.
Thanks for your help.


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Jeff Bellune
Re: Progressive Scan Output from Interlaced Projects
on Jan 14, 2008 at 10:59:38 pm

If the source video that you use to edit in Premiere Pro is interlaced NTSC footage, then keep everything interlaced all the way through DVD creation.

Let the player and/or the plasma handle the deinterlacing for display.

-Jeff

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